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Cody Hartjes

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  1. True. Finger spelling is always an option. Or if you are in a conversation with someone deaf or someone who studies ASL, can always ask if your meaning is clear. it never hurts to double check.
  2. top pic: hard to tell because of the lack of context but it looks like she might be signing number 2 and 0 or letter v and o bottom pic: she is signing "INTERPRET" (i think so ) context of a sentence is important because many signs are identical hope this helps
  3. typically there are many signs that are the same. the difference is in the context of the sentence and how you use/manipulate the sign DAWN and SUNRISE. obviously with english the words are completely different but imply the general same concept. Example using both the sign dawn and sunrise. If this is not clear you can always sign the sign and then finger spell out the word you meant. I wake up when? DAWN vs this morning SUNRISE did you see? Beautiful! notice the difference in the context between both sentences? Hope this helps.
  4. Hello, just leaving this here again, I am a Deaf Studies Major, with focus on ASL Interpretation. Message me if you would like to practice. time zone is PST. from California.
  5. hey there. Would you like to chat sometime?
  6. she said: she is excited because her and her best friend are going on a road trip starting from salt lake city utah, up to idaho, then to washington where her mom lives. She wants to visit her. After seeing her mom they will travel south to oregon, then california. Finished!
  7. hi. i am an ASL student also in ASL 4 this semester. is this video the one you are having a problem with or?
  8. @Irsy Elizabeth Montesino Sánchez i recommend Bill Vicars on youtube. If anything you will definitely learn more vocabulary. Or if you'd like to sign/practice sometime email me a time and date. email: [email protected]
  9. @Pebbles hello. I sometimes find that this forum's chatrooms are slightly laggy and have had camera problems in the past so I tend to use Zoom or Skype.
  10. @beautyoutofashes54 by simply asking would you like to practice sometime? i use multiple platforms such as this one, or Skype, or zoom, sometimes FaceTime all depending on what the other person wants or is more comfortable with. If you would like to practice email me a time and date and we can set up a chatroom. email: [email protected] also i am pacific standard time.
  11. @Jordan H. Sure! no problem. Whenever you have some free time we can meet my schedule is very flexible. Contact me anytime when you are ready. [email protected] or direct is usually best since i don't always check my email as often 949-294-7810 i am also pacific standard time.
  12. hello @beautyoutofashes54 i am a ASL student finishing my second year of ASL. Typically, when you sign/are signing there isn't really a "break" because if you sign fluently it simply flows, unless the person is signing slower or is a beginner, then yes there are many pauses and breaks. Remember that the ASL sentence structure usually follows: Time + Subject + Verb + Object so as an example in English it could go something like: I went to Ireland last year and as for ASL it would look something like this: Last year (time) I ( subject) went to (me + go finish verb) Ireland (ob
  13. @Jordan H. hello. i am a ASL student from California going into ASL 4 this semester. would you like to practice sometime?
  14. @Crystal Inesta hi there. I am a ASL student from california. would you like to practice sometime? Here is my email if you wish to practice: [email protected]
  15. @beautyoutofashes54 Hi! i have a flexible/open schedule so most days im free. shoot me an email and we can find a time/day. [email protected]
  16. Hi there! I am an ASL student from California going into the end of my 2nd year of ASL and transferring soon into an interpretation program. Would you like to practice sometime?
  17. So, as an example, lets say we were talking about a website and I want to know the name of the website. In context, it would be appropriate to use the sign similar in your video. Because the sign used in your video can also be used to express, "it is called..." because i want to know the name of the website and you sign "name you" the translation can be expressed as such. So if we were talking about a person, and you ask for their name it would be the normal sign for name which is "U" handshape and are crossed like an x over one another tapped twice with the corresponding facial expressions. I
  18. hi McKenna, for this sign, it is different from, "my name is" as the signs and movements are different from "Name You" which is what is signed in the video. However there is little context for the given video so it is hard to determine the meaning. For instance when you ask for someone's name, normally you would furrow your eyebrows as if you are asking them a question and tap four fingers twice for the sign "name" maybe even tilt your head slightly as indicating the question. This sign"Name You" entitles a different meaning. I hope this helps!
  19. Hi all. Just throwing this out there again to see if anyone needs help practicing sign or wants to chat. I am an ASL student from California (hearing) and am going into my 4th semester for ASL (ASL 4). If anyone wants to chat or practice i am all up for it. Schedule is very flexible. best way for contact: [email protected] or message me here i check this often
  20. Hello. I am an ASL Student in California going into the end of my 2nd year of ASL starting ASL 4 in Spring. Just throwing this out there if anyone wants to chat/sign/learn some sign. Im not trying to "teach" as that is a different category but to the best of my ability i can assist and support if someone needs the help or show you new signs or what ever your interest. Im PST (Pacific Standard Time) and my schedule is very flexible.
  21. Hi! I am an ASL student and just finished with ASL 3! next semester (spring 2021) i am starting into ASL 4. I would like to chat sometime!
  22. Hello! I am a hearing ASL student from US (california) i also wish to become an interpreter in the future. i am finishing ASL 3 this semester and in the spring i will start ASL 4. would you like to chat sometime? maybe we could teach each other a few things.
  23. lets try for 3 your time. What days are you available? im currently taking online classes so i have a flexible schedule. i also use zoom, and Skype, and even the chatroom this website provides.
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