Is Texting Harming People's Grammar

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Texting: Is It Harming People’s Grammar? Contrary to what many people believe text messaging and “textisms,” the abbreviated spellings of text messages, may not be harming the younger generation in terms of literacy and grammar skills. Recent studies have even found that a in younger children texting and textisms is helping improve spelling and literacy development (Kemp 2014). One of the recurring points made by researchers is that textism does not do much harm to our literacy skills because most people are able to decide the appropriate times to use textisms and when it is a appropriate to use correct grammar, spellings, as well as punctuation and capitalization. A study conducted by Clare Wood, Sam Waldron and Nenagh Kemp found no evidence

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