Monday, 30 April 2007

txt talk hurtyn englysh skillz? u b the judge

So which is it? Is abbreviated, punctuation-less communication hurting the written language, or is it just another method by which kids can easily communicate with one other? It's probably a bit of both.
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3 comments:

Hank said...

Hi there, I read your offer on download squad for a joost invite and wondered if you would be so kind as to send me one at disguise117(at)gmail.com

As for your article, I do think that txt speak is hurting the way people understand proper English. Some of the underclassmen at my school are barely literate at the best of times but this has just made everything worse.

dumb toys said...

Same as hank really, any chance of an invite to the Joost beta, nouhad? Cheers!

hansoho@googlemail.com

dumb toys said...

Thanks a lot for the invite nouhad =) You're a star.