This may sound odd, but do you write how you talk or write how you speak? I seem to think with a...
Jamaican/English twang, at work this changes to South London English with a bit of Cockney;)
lolz welcom to the world of New Vocabs...gfriend...here ppl chats in almost a postive and negat sometimes backin up with other emoticon, there is no real geographical, universal or punctualily in their lines...
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I write how I think and how I feel I dont write how I speak if i did it wouldnt make since iam not sure i fully understand this qushtion but its an intresting one ill give it more thought its kind of mind boggling
I write how I think while I write, which is slower and more focused than when I speak. When I speak my thoughts don't always come out the way I would like, plus I don't always use proper English when I speak. When I write, I try to use proper English, and sometimes slang if it applies to the topic.
I write how I feel; however after I finish writing during the editing process I weed out what does not read smoothly. I am still a bit old school, (pen and paper) and find it difficult to do my writing on the computer.
I pretty much do, though you can't hear my thick accent. It may be because of it , that I tend to speak correctly, using little slang.
The area where I was reared is considered by much of the country to be backward, poor and uneducated. I have spent my adult life combatting that sterotype.
Only when I am very relaxed, do I fall back into my girlhood speech patterns.
Hi Empresslmani, I write the way I think, and I write what I think is helpful and relevant to whoever will come across and read my work. And I always write from my actual experience in business and in life in general. I was born and raised in the sunshiny and beautiful Philippines - one of the fast developing economies in Asia. We have over 7,100 breathtaking islands by the way, come and experience some of them. And by the way, the cost of living here is 14-16 times cheaper than in the US and other Western countries.
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