SMS English

One or two months ago, I published a post about internet slang. Now , let’s move on to SMS language. In SMS, we simply pay for each letter we use. Consequently, the less letter we use, the less we pay. It is a very simple logic espacially if you want to tell many things in just one SMS. You have to save letters! In the beginning 2000s, we began to ignore the vowels first. Later, we tried to shorten the affixes. Now, we simply use a set of letters instead of a proper word. Not just in English, but this also happens in every language. I have found a list on internet but I do not know who wrote this. Here is the list:

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