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Hi everyone!

I am fairly new to learning BSL, I have been taking evening classes for about 4 months now.

I can fingerspell, talk about directions, describe peoples looks and clothes, and talk about my family (as well as other bits which I have probably forgotten!)

I am in no way super confident when talking about these topics, but would love to have someone to practice with and just generally have a fun conversation and make some new BSL friends. I would love to have a video chat with either someone learning BSL or deaf or HOH.

Look forward to hearing back from you guys and joining the community! :)

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Hi,

I have just completed a level one BSL course. I am English but I'm currently living in Africa, so would love someone to Skype with! I have a couple of children, and I'm two hours ahead of the UK so evenings between 6pm and 8pm BST work well for me. My Skype name is HopeNatalya.

Thanks,

Hope

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Hi 

Me to studing level 1 i too could do with a practise buddy my name verity and i have 1 child if you would like to chat let me know 

Regards 

 

Ve 

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On 4/23/2018 at 08:49, vee said:

Hi Ve

I just posted today looking for level 1 practice buddy. I'm about to take 102 and am deaf myself. 

Let me know if you'd like to Skype sometime.  

Lynda x 🤗

 

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Me to studing level 1 i too could do with a practise buddy my name verity and i have 1 child if you would like to chat let me know 

Regards 

 

Ve 

 

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