we text short hand and spell you're as UR, and on facebook (and other social networking sites) it's apparent that some people don't have a firm grasp of correct grammar (or at least it comes off that way) because they can't distinguish between their and there and when to use which, and spell definitely, definately, and especially, exspecially and pronounce it that way in person too. so it seems the way we communicate socially is bleeding over into our daily lives and incorrect grammar, spelling and pronunciation have become a trend and children that are "old enough" to have cellphones and computers are learning it that way and accepting it as the norm.
what's your opinion?
Answer by May-20 at 7:29 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by NotPanicking at 7:32 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by Mrs.Halloween at 7:36 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by Mrs.Halloween at 7:40 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by JawgaMom1 at 7:41 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by Abytome at 7:46 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
wow it must take you a million years to write a text if you're too "smart" to use any abbreviations. i can't make capitol letters with my keyboard (as you can see), but rest assured i have a college degree and just because i use abbreviations and other texting lingo i'm not a dumbass. i really don't see how you can base someones intelligence on texting anyway.
Answer by princessbeth79 at 7:54 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
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Answer by shay1130 at 8:00 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 8:00 AM on Sep. 21, 2010
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