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No, I believe texting is to blame for that.
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Steven Philip Lindquist and aliases in nature (Steven Lindquist) 2 years ago
I believe you are correct in that as well.
Well, I'm ESL, so for me it's definitely had the opposite effect. Why would English be bad for vocabulary and grammar though? Is it something about the language itself or the way we use it?
I think we forget about the common place grammar since we are native speakers and therefore it becomes something else.
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