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Transcript: Memes in daily life Funny way of communication When we talk about memes, what do we talk about? Memes Gifs Emoji Emoticon Memes activity, concept, catchphrase or piece of media which spreads via social medias like Facebook, Twitter etc.. Richard Dawkins in his 1976 book The Selfish Gene Memes express non-literal and cultural ideas non verbal communication references to pop culture, movies, Vines, TV shows, etc.. Unlike memes, GIFs are frequently used in everyday online conversation. GIFs have become so famous Facebook and Twitter have introduced a special keyboard. GIFS do you recognize these memes and which ones of them have you used or seen before? emoji Do you know the real meanings of emojis? Face with tears of joy Smiling face The up-side-down smiling face Goodbye with a smiley face A strange smile with black face Doge face Palm face 'I don't know' face Something interesting in the list of emoji The movie of Emoji Emoticon a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person's feelings or mood. The meaning of emoticon :) :-) ;-) :-D :( :P =) :-( =( :-I :-P XD :-O it’s the number of emotion in a forum in China,so people use 23333333 to show something really interesting 233 w comes from the first letter of Japanese character“笑(わらう)”pronounces(Warau) memes and communication How memes change our way of communication it makes the conversation more interesting It show our inside meaning of what we type Sometimes we can express our feelings through emoji better than words non verbal communication that is mostly universal add a bit of fun in a conversation What? Why? When? Who? Question Time


Transcript: Thanks for watching!! An angry looking face. Has inward-facing eyebrows, and a frowning mouth. Expresses anger, grumpiness or annoyance at a situation. The first emoji was created in 1998 or 1999 in Japan by Shigetaka Kurita, who was part of the team working on NTT DoCoMo's i-mode. Kurita took inspiration from weather forecasts that used symbols to show weather. A laughing emoji which at small sizes is often mistaken for being tears of sadness. This emoji is laughing so much that it is crying tears of joy. But at first, it means that someone has mixed emotions, so he is crying and laughing at the moment. Microsoft Twitter Twitter Happy Emoji Twitter Samsung Facebook Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft EMOJI MEANING Samsung Facebook Heart Eyes A sad face with tears streaming down both cheeks. This face is distraught and inconsolable. Not to be confused with the tears of joy emoji. It is used when somebody is very sad and unhappy. Apple Twitter Microsoft Facebook Emoji are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and on Web pages. They are invated by people in Japan and they were first used on Japanese mobile phones in 1999s. Now, they are popular on all over the world and they are used on all social networks like Facebook, Twiter, WhatsApp and Instagram. A face showing a stuck-out tongue, winking at the same time. Used in an attempt to be wacky, zany, or otherwise joking. LOL Emoji Microsoft Samsung Facebook Facebook Used to imply humor in written form, or may alternatively be used suggestively, as a form of flirtation. Apple Crazy Face Emoji Angry Face Emoji Samsung Twitter Samsung Microsoft Apple Apple Emoji Facebook Twitter A classic smiley-face emoji with an open mouth showing teeth, and tall, open eyes. It means that somebody is happy or that he likes it. Emoji Apple Winking face Twitter Crying Emoji Apple A face with hearts instead of eyes, or Heart Eyes Emoji as it is generally known. Used as an expression of love, for example: “I love you” or “I love this”. Facebook Samsung Samsung And now, I want to show you some of the most favourite emoji. Apple History


Transcript: BROADENING - other types of symbols are often mistaken for emojis. ALSO - emojis aren't just limited to phones and screens, there are many types of emoji merchandise that are on sale... Origin Emoji first appeared in Japan in the late 90s, and was standardized and built into phone handsets. Emojis are commonly associated with mobile phones as the phone companies display an 'Emoji Keyboard'. Emojis are however specific to a graphic, as opposed to an emoticon. EMOTICON: 'a representation of a facial expression such as a smile or frown, formed by various combinations of keyboard characters and used in electronic communications to convey the writer's feelings or intended tone.' :) :( ;) :D xD :P :/ :O :'( :3 :L :S A small digital image, usually generated by software or built into a keypad, which is used in electronic communication to express emotion or other simple concepts 'Now, instead of actually typing words like "pizza" or "hamburger" in the search box when you want to find a restaurant, all you have to do is type an emoji.' A lot of emojis... The word emoji (and the concept it represents) is Japanese in origin, formulated by combining the words e ('picture') and moji ('character'). Emoji stats like comment share The word 'emo' graphically resembles the word emotion/emoticon which connote with ways of expression. like comment share PREFIX Lexical Change Processes The word emoji has seen a similar surge: although it has been found in English since 1997, usage more than tripled in 2015 over the previous year according to data from the Oxford Dictionaries Corpus. 'Emoji' was officially added to the Oxford English Dictionary Online in August 2013. BORROWING - The word originates from Japan BLENDING - 'e' to 'moji' - picture-character COMPOUNDING (in Japanese) - 'e' picture 'moji' character EMOJI like comment share The word's use Noun [countable] Semantic Change Processes Dictionary

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