Final_ReadersResponse - Marlenne Hernandez Rebekah Rios English 1302-33955 01 May 2018 1006 An open mind to text speak Its taking over our lives We

Final_ReadersResponse - Marlenne Hernandez Rebekah...

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Marlenne HernandezRebekah RiosEnglish 1302-3395501 May 20181006An open mind to text speak“It’s taking over our lives. We can do it almost anywhere…” You might be wondering what this could possibly be? Allow me to explain, texting is one of the number one strategies millennials nowadays use to communicate. It can be a good thing, but it could also be bad, why? Well many teens and adults abbreviate several phrases causing them to forget how to write and speak English. “Does texting affect writing?” is a small article written by Michaela Cullington explaining the meaning behind the proper English and including the benefits of being able to textwith abbreviations. The article thesis is as follows “Some people believe that using these abbreviations is hindering the writing abilities of students, and others argue that texting is actually having a positive effect on writing.” (Colington) Throughout the essay I will effectively elaborate on text-speak and different points of view on how people misinterpret the issue.As we all know texting has become one of the ways everyone communicates, according to the text “Teachers report finding “2” for “to,” “gr8” for “great,” “dat” for “that” (Cullington) As a millennial I can agree to this piece of text, the reason being is because every time I text I tend to get lazy to type the whole thing which is why I abbreviate. The only difference is that I

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