Vowels aren’t the only thing omitted in text communication. Words
often fall foul of certain sentences where the writer believes them
not to be compulsory to the understanding. An example of this could
Where we going?
Even though this sentence doesn’t have the verb “are”, it’s
still obvious in the communication that it means, “Where are
Therefore similarly to the general theme, the omission saves
characters, time and effort, but it is practical. This grammatical
construction goes alongside breaking concord grammar rules. For
instance exchanging personal pronouns: “Me ain’t good”
instead of “I am not good”.
Omitting whole sentences is also a feature. Emoticons - a
merge of letters and punctuation - used to draw facial expressions,
can be used to replace all words. Another use is to show the tone of
a previous or forthcoming statement. They are often used to show an
emotional reaction to information given on a previous message.
A colon and a close bracket can show a smile:
A colon followed by an open bracket depicts a frown:
Other emoticons, include winks ;-), cheekiness :-P, a
kiss :-X, and even surprise :-O.