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Texting improves teens' grammar

Posted on Thursday, August 03 2006 @ 02:38:22 CEST by

A new research shows texting actually helps teenagers to get a stronger command of grammar.
University of Toronto researchers have found that teenagers are not losing what they learn in English class, but rather demonstrating a mastery of formal and informal language when chatting on-line with friends.

"What these kids are doing is showing us that they have a really good command of the English language, so much so that I was really blown away by how fluidly they operate," said Sali Tagliamonte, a professor of linguistics at the University of Toronto.

"[Parents] might as well worry about who those kids are talking to, not how they are saying what they are saying."
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