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Cody Hartjes
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hello everyone! my name is cody and i am about a year into starting ASL. Currently in ASL 2 with half my semester left and then continuing to 3. I hope to have my AA in sign by the end of next year and will be looking to transfer into a university for American Sign Language and Deaf Studies with the hopes of becoming an interpreter in the future! I am also new to this forum and have only recently began branching out to online platforms but given the current state of everything.. i understand. ASL has become a passion of mine and i have been studying vigorously to better my sign but practicing by myself and alone isn't the same as having another person to sign with. Especially with this language i am seeing more and more depth with conversations with both Deaf people and Hearing, and it has made me observe my everyday life in a different perspective. Feel free to message me if you would like to sign or even ask me questions  i could possibly answer to the best of my knowledge.

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