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  1. panda22

    I've got some q's for hoh and deaf people who know asl

    I'm in the same boat as you. In my city, most of the deaf events are just students. It's not exactly what I'm looking for because I want to actually met and hang out with Deaf people, ya know.
  2. panda22

    I've got some q's for hoh and deaf people who know asl

    That really sucks. Literally that's one of my fears. I don't want to frustrate someone if I don't know (or forgot) a sign. When that does happen, I usually get frustrated with myself because I know I knew that sign.
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    Thank you :)
  4. panda22

    I've got some q's for hoh and deaf people who know asl

    That totally makes sense. I appreciate you answering my question. Sometimes when I ask multiple times I feel like I might be annoying them. So sometimes I give up. I give up, not to be rude in any way, I just don't want to annoy anyone with my slowness. But from now on if I truly don't...
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    I've got some q's for hoh and deaf people who know asl

    Thank you for answering my question :) Now I won't feel so bad asking them to slow down. I'm so eager to use my sign in the real world, but whenever I get the chance I get really nervous and I always end up messing up. Sometimes I forget what I have learned. lol
  6. panda22

    I've got some q's for hoh and deaf people who know asl

    I've been taking ASL for a year now in college and I know a good amount of signs. I'm just pretty slow at understanding people when they sign to me. Do you get annoyed when you're asked to repeat yourself more than once? Also do you get annoyed when asked to slow down? I've always wondered...
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    Awesome. I don't find myself over that way too often. Do you like it over there?
  8. panda22

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    Hey, this is my first time on here and I just wanted to give it a try. I'm a hearing girl who lives in Portland, Oregon. I've been taking ASL in college for a little bit and I've decided I wanted to branch out and meet some deaf people. Don't be shy and say Hi :)
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