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Txtng Intrviews

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Brian Reed

on 7 May 2010

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Txtng as Literacy Advantages Pet Peeves Preferences Txt Speak Tim Andy "it encourages kids to write, besides no one writes letters anymore..." "my version of T9 learns and adapts. After
I text a word two or three times, it's added to the database." Christine Hannah Lisa CJ "I write in full sentences, use correct punctuation, spell and capitalize words that need to be capitalized." "I do use abbreviations like ttyl, bt only the commonplace ones tht most people wud undrstnd." Marisa "Sum txtspk phrases I fnd annoying r lke "wit" n "skool" which r a cple wrds my sis uses, simply bc they're nt spelled properly" I think the most annoying thing in the world is when someone sends me an illegible text at 3 a.m. and it wakes me up. When he texts someone and they don't response quickly he starts to wonder, "Is a friend busy? Doing something far more important?” A response to a text is expected, maybe not immediately but definitely within a few minutes. Alex Tali Pedro Matt It has to be proper grammar. The Blackberry corrects a lot of things too, it adds punctuation and capitalizes stuff. I definitely talk on the phone way more than I text. It’s just easier for me to call someone instead of typing a whole conversation. Tali also usually texts more than she actually has conversations on the phone. She would rather not talk on the phone all of the time because sometimes it is just easier to text If you send a text, you don’t have to deal with talking to someone whom you are simply not in the mood to get into a discussion with. vs. Blackberry:
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Text speak:
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Silence your phone:
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Woman talking on cell phone:
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Hands texting on cell phone:
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