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June 26, 2014 12:03 AM

Text-messaging isn’t actually ruining young people’s grammar, research shows

If you think young people seem to be spending more time “face-to-screen” than “face-to-face,” you’re probably right. And a lot of that screen time seems to involve reading or writing English that duznt look quite lyk it shld.

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