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Hey everyone I have just come across this forum and I decided to join since I am going to start learning BSL I have already started with my letters and I'm currently learning my numbers.

I am Hoh and I do where hearing aids one in each ear. 

I have full speech and I can hear without my aids but not very well also I would love to have a means of communicating with other people.

i am hopefully going to be going on a course to get fluent but for now I'm doing my basics and trying to get some bits learned as my husband also wants to learn with me which I think is amazing 

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