cómo economizar las palabras en internet

How to save the words on Internet

No doubt that las redes sociales y las aplicaciones de mensajería instantánea nos han traído toda una “communications revolution”, tanto así que incluso ha alterado nuestra forma de escribir economizando las palabras que utilizamos.

Uno de los fenómenos lingüísticos relacionados directamente con la comunicación en Internet y en las redes sociales que más se esta utlizando es abbreviation.

La abreviación es un procedimiento lingüístico que consiste en la reducción de una palabra mediante la supresión de determinadas letras o sílabas; as is the case of Acronyms, shortening, Abbreviations and Acronyms.

Using justifications as pressure to answer sooner the better, either friends so user @ s in the use of smartphone or social networks, ever saved more words in our communications (incluso en ocasiones nos ahorramos todas las palabras, using emojis in his stead).

The abbreviations are basic to save letters but, both, they can make more confusing messages.

You know what means such GTG, ROFL btw?

Como usuari@s digitales nos podemos encontrar con estas abreviaturas y bien dice el refrán “knowledge does not take place”, por ello aquí tienes las abreviaturas más comunes usadas en Internet y en las redes sociales.

Using these abbreviations in, economizing words in your communications and messages, depends on you.

 

  • 143 I love you (I love you)
  • 1432 I love you too (I love you too)
  • 2fun Tomorrow (morning)
  • 4Eva Forever (forever)
  • AFK Away From Keyboard (I'm away from my keyboard)
  • AFAIK As far as I know (for aught i know)
  • ASAP As soon as possible (as quickly as possible)
  • B4N Bye for now (bye for now)
  • BF Boyfriend (groom)
  • BRB Be Right Back (and return)
  • BOT Back on Topic (back to topic)
  • SALES TAX By the way (certainly)
  • CC Carbon copy o con copia. Twitter used to distinguish the main target of other persons mentioned in a tweet.
  • DM Direct Message (Direct Message) en Twitter
  • FYI For Your Information(For your information)
  • GTG Got To Go (I have to go). A common way to end a conversation in chats
  • GF Girlfriend (bride)
  • Hand Have a nice day! (you have a beautiful day)
  • HF Have Fun (fun)
  • HTH Abreviatura de Hope that helps, (I hope that it will help). It is commonly used when responding to questions or other user.
  • IMO In my Opinion (In my opinion)
  • JK Just Kidding (I'm kidding)
  • LOL Laughing Out Loud (Laughing or break out laughing)
  • MRT Modified Re-Tweet. Abreviatura utilizada en Twitter para indicar que un retuit ha sido modificado.
  • NSFW Not Safe For Work (Not Suitable For Work). It is used to suggest users not display the content at work.
  • OMW Abreviatura de “On my way” (I'm on my way)
  • Pls Please (por favor)
  • PlsR Or more often "Pls RT". Significa “Please, Re-Tweet” (Please retuitear)
  • PM Private Message (Private Message) only visible to the recipient.
  • QT Quote Tweet. It is used to quote a part of a tweet.
  • RL Real Life (real life)
  • ROFL Rolling On Floor Laughing ( rolling on the floor laughing)
  • RTRL Abreviatura usada en Twitter Re-Tweet Real Life (something we've heard out there)
  • SD Sweet dreams (sweet dreams)
  • SOS Someone on Shoulder (someone is close)
  • Thx Abreviatura de thanks (Thank you)
  • TIA Thanks in advance (thanks in advance)
  • TMB Tweet Me Back, en Twitter, short for "contestame" (answered my tweet).
  • TQM I love you
  • TL Timeline (timeline). Expression used to see the homepage of Facebook or Twitter.
  • TT Trending Topic, o ‘tema del momento’ en Twitter.
  • TTYL Talk to you later (talk to you later)
  • Via Usually placed at the end of the tweet ("usuario Via») to quote a user by which we got some information as it may be a book, a site, etc..
  • WTF What The Fuck (What the hell is this??) You can use a stronger word instead of "demons", but I leave so it is softer
  • XD símbolo que se pone para representar una cara sonriente
  • w8 Wait (waiting)
  • WOA Work of Art (work of art)
  • Wru Where are you? (where are you)
  • WU? What’s up? (What's up?)
  • Zzz Sleeping (sleeping)

 

economizar palabrasA little “saving” in words?

 

2 thoughts on “How to save the words on Internet

    • Not, do not, en los exámenes hay que escribir todas las palabras y a ser posible correctamente, que luego pasa lo que pasa, llega ese suspenso temido.
      Saludos Jerby!!!

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