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I graduate in May!! Can't wait! I'm getting my Associate's degree at community college, then transferring to my dream college to double major in European Studies (basically learning two languages, my choices are Russian and French) and Linguistics, and then Master's degrees in Slavic Studies and Linguistics (and maybe a PhD in one or both as well, one day). I want to be a translator, either interpreting or translating documents, and maybe one day I'll be a Russian instructor at a college or university.
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