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Hi. I learnt BSL (stage 2) over 20 years ago but have not had any need to use it for at least 15 years, so unfortunately have forgotten quite a bit. My interest was rekindled when my niece mentioned the TV program “switched at birth”, though ASL seems is quite different to BSL. I would love to go back to a deaf club (if I can find one in my area) but think I need to brush up on my signs first. Hope to talk to some of you soon x

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Nice to meet you!  I have just started level 2. No previous experience and a bit far away from you to go to club but try to go on here quite regularly! 

Have a good day! Bec ?

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