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communicating on the net - 3 Do not write lengthy messages...

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Positive ways to communicate on the net 1. Do not use all capital letters when communicating with others online as this implies that you are shouting. 2. Add tone to your writing by including emoticons such as or :-o to convey greater meaning to what you are saying.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Do not write lengthy messages. It is received better when you are direct in what is being said. 4. To shorten messages use common abbreviations. 5. Be conscious of what you write because you do not know who could gain access to it....
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