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  • Shubhangi

    April 19, 2022 at 4:03 PM

    The social media is one of the most common ways of communication and knowing anything and everything around the world these days, and it is growing rapidly. It changes and affects each person in a different way. Some may argue that the usage of text messaging and other online platforms will be the death of grammer and spelling. I completely disagree with the opinion . Basically social media is the new way of keep in touch with people. Following paragraph contains the opinion in detail.

    To begin with , most of the text messaging applications come with a limit on number of letters which makes the users focus only on the key message rather than on the correctness in grammer and spelling. For example some social media platforms have very limited letters in the message. In such situations no one can canvey their detailes in message to other people . Similarly text messages also have limitations in number of message after reaches it charges for per message . And this process takes so much time in texting, users focus only on the importent points, so that user keep it short. Mostly such instants forms of communication used by youngsters also aldults for their personal use so oftenly some conversation needs shortsforms and it is best informal way to use it.

    Morover, Formal communication expect grammar and vocablury. For an illustration, in schools and college students are mandatory to use formal language to read and write. Another example , in business communicates such as emailes and meetings use proper language and are refrained to use short and basic form. News paper and books also use formal language and this make grammer and spelling strong .

    In colclusion, using sentences without proper grammer and short forms in personal use is a necessity and if it comes to professtional followed proper grammatical and spellings hence it need not be considered to be a threat to the language.

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