Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and tips and do the exercises.
- You don't need to write complete sentences.
- You can use abbreviations like LOL (= laugh out loud) or IDK (= I don't know) to save time.
- Use emojis to add feelings.
- You don't need to use full stops (.) at the end of messages.
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sometimes i use abbreviations such as: lol, idk to save time when i msg with my friends
When I was a teenager, I loved send a lot of messages to my girlfriend, friends and family. I didn't like speak. Now, I prefer call with phone, because I usually driving car and phone conversations are the best way for me.
LOL I generally make a plan but when we are meeting I cancel it. I often use emojis if they are suitable for my situation. Nearly every using these I check which is new. IDK I really like emojis. I have some friends who use correct language and obsessed with it. The quick way is sending voice message.
In these days I think everyonde sends more messages to make plans, because it is easier and faster. So my answer is more message to make plans.
Actually, most times, I prefer text messages but in some situations, u need to talk, but usually I use voice messages.
I don't like text a message because I can't find sincere .Idk I always prefer to speak to everybody.
Do you send lots of text messages or do you prefer to speak to friends to make plans?
I'd like to send message to making plan in the first. We can bring up primary ideas and when we got agreed, I'd prefer to speak and finalize them.
I prefer more call but sometimes I dont want to hear me and due to this I write text messages. For example when I am in school I or when I am home with my family I prefer to send text messages.
I don't like to send a lot of messages, but I prefer to send voice messages, it is easy and fast.
i prefer to speak to my friends to make new plans rather than texting