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Hi,

I am learning Level 1 BSL in Bristol and would love a practice buddy. I am 18 and am learning through an evening course. I previously completed a 5 week introduction signing course.

Thank you!

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Hey I'm 19 years old and have completed level 1 BSL.

I'm not currently in your area but can skype if you want to practice?

I would love to relearn basic signs as I haven't practiced regularly for a year now so let me know!

Izzy :)

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On 06/01/2020 at 14:24, Isabel Milsom said:

Hey I'm 19 years old and have completed level 1 BSL.

I'm not currently in your area but can skype if you want to practice?

I would love to relearn basic signs as I haven't practiced regularly for a year now so let me know!

Izzy :)

Hi Izzy,

That would be great! I'll make a Skype account. I think there's a video chat option on here, but I haven't used it, just let me know whatever's easier.

Laura :)

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21 hours ago, Lau Muir said:

Hi Izzy,

That would be great! I'll make a Skype account. I think there's a video chat option on here, but I haven't used it, just let me know whatever's easier.

Laura :)

Amazing! I'll remake my Skype account because I've forgotten my password and will let you know :) 

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Hi. I have just completed level 2 (awaiting results) and looking for a practice partner as I move onto the level 3.  If anyone is interested let me know and i will dig out my skype username. Thanks. Shaun

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On 08/01/2020 at 13:59, Isabel Milsom said:

Amazing! I'll remake my Skype account because I've forgotten my password and will let you know :) 

Sorry I didn't quote you so you might've not seen my post, my Skype is muirlaura :)

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hi, I am moving across from ASL to BSL, I started to learn ASL for my american friend, who has now moved over here and is trying to learn BSL. I am happy to practice with anyone. I have just completed unit 2 of the British sign level one, so not far along yet, but i learn sign pretty quickly. :)

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On 04/04/2020 at 10:27, Robin said:

Am around Saturday morning - would be good to practice if anyone is out there?

Im happy to practice with you at some point?

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On 26/03/2020 at 22:43, Karenellam said:

Do you still need a practice buddy?

I am 2/3's of the way through level one. Seem to be doing ok reading BSL but haven't really practiced doing it. If I emailed you a video would you send back to me what you think I have said? I will happily do the same for you. @Karenellam

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forgot to tag karen

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11 hours ago, Jessie EC said:

hi, I am moving across from ASL to BSL, I started to learn ASL for my american friend, who has now moved over here and is trying to learn BSL. I am happy to practice with anyone. I have just completed unit 2 of the British sign level one, so not far along yet, but i learn sign pretty quickly. :)

Hi. That's cool, are you still living in the US? Or have you moved to the UK? I'm at about the same level, so I'd be happy to practice if you'd like? :)@Jessie EC

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