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Studying for Level 1 - exams March 25th!

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Hi, I am learning Level 1 currently and have some exams on March 25th, so looking for someone to help me practice, via Facebook, Skype or Webcam. I am a beginner, so don't worry if you are too, I really need practice reading fingerspelling. Thanks for any replies, Aidan ūüôā

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Hi Aidan, I've been learning online since January, haven't had much chance to practice with real people so would like to give it a go! I'm available for Skype most evenings this week except Thursday - I'll message Skype name if anyone interested.

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Hi Iain, thanks for your response, much appreciated. I have done facebook before, but not Skype, I will try and get it set up on my computer and get back to you when I am successful. Failing that, do you do Facetime please? Cheers, Aidan

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On 18/03/2019 at 11:25, Aidan said:

Failing that, do you do Facetime please?

Hi Aiden, messaged you my facetime details, hope it came through OK

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Hi Iain, really sorry I have missed your message and cannot see your facetime details above! Please can you send again. I should be free about 7pm tonight, Wed if that is good for you? Apologies again

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Not to worry facetime is on 07870 783468, after 7pm this evening's fine - I'd tried to use the 'send message to user' on this forum to send you a message, but looks like I failed!

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