Re: OT (?): Abbvs in txt msgs, & its poss f-ect on Nglish
|Date:||Friday, February 14, 2003, 16:40|
On Friday 14 February 2003 2:33 pm, Danny Wier wrote:
I think a kind of extended form of txt (with a few more vowels) will one day
become the normal colloquial form of writing. Of course, this'll be hell for
foreigners, learning that 'are' is spelt 'r' and prounounced /A:/(or /A:r/).
My classmates write extended notes to each other in lessons, with some form
of txt. (it's not actually txt, it is legible to some degree, and has
vowels). Problem is, it'll increase Maggelity(or Etabnannery) yet again.