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Hello folks,

I have a new job supporting adults with hearing loss and will soon have formal training in BSL, although I have already picked up quite a lot just from daily interactions with the people I support. I’ve picked up plenty of nouns, adverbs and adjectives and simple phrases. It’s the structure/syntax which I’m very slow with but I’m sure it will flow better as I practice more. I am really enjoying learning BSL as it’s something I’ve meant to do for ages. I feel a whole new world has opened up. 

Looking forward to exploring this site! 

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