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    Default I've just finished my first course in Sign language

    Hey. Today is the closing ceremony for my sign language course. I've got a B though for my last exam T.T

    Anyway, anyone have any idea or suggestion on how I can always remember this language? I don't really have a lot of deaf or mute friends surrounding me (not even one).

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    That's very thoughtful of you to learn such a thing. Learning a language is hard enough, but sign language?

    Isn't there any exchange where you live? Deaf people must feel very isolated, I am sure many would love to go out/be friends with someone who can hear.



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    I think sign language is by far the easiest language I've learned. Because sign language usually adapted to your own language and it's very easy to understand if you learn the basic. The only difficulty is sometimes, when they sign, they sign too fast and you have a hard time to catch up. I'm still looking for deaf/mute people to be a friend of mine though, just it's really hard when I don't know how and where :/

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