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Social networking is a good means of reaching out to people.but it has seriously spoilt englishlanguage i know in a few years this would become normal ,people spell words short or use acronyms which is disturbing.

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Very disturbing i say. I once had a conversation with a certain girl and because of something funny i said, she screamed LOL..... in real life. That was silly.
for me i lik it
D 2 work wit each other bcus social network works it english language
                                                                                                        This is terrible
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@UCHE PRECIOUS, that is the problem we are talking about; you should not because it makes easier or faster and begin to write rubbish on social network. I'm personally disturbed atimes when l see what people write on social networks: a lot of grammatical mistakes, using small letters to start a proper noun, using wrong slangs that can spoil English language, wrong usage of puntuation marks and so on. Somebody wanted to write 'IS' but she wrote 'IX' ; look at that, both are two-lettered words, why should she change 'S' to 'X' ? All these are the cancerworms destroying English Language of our schorlars.
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@NC2020, if you say you like abbreviations, then you'll like watching your English grammar getting spoiled.
    We're not talking about 'like' or 'dislike' of abbreviations, we are talking about its bad effects.
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most of it are disturbing while few are not. i.e you abbreviate to u. but the disturbing one are i.e a person trying to write (How far) change it to (aw fa)

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