Bb in spanish slang

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By justinpAugust 5, in Spanish Vocabulary. I've been wondering for a while about spanish language internet slang, and the ways in which spanish speaking people shorten their writing. I only know a few examples. Also a lot of the times the more standard English abbreviations like lol, rofl, brb, irl Hi there! This is the first time I see those For people in my country sometimes isn't about shortening words, but more about making words sound way more informal.

Here are some examples that might or Bb in spanish slang not be shorter than the word or phrase they're intending to replace:.

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Those are the only ones I can think of right now, but there are many more. I know many, but I don't use them because I feel they're destroying our language and I don't want to be involved in that in any way. I completely agree with Trellum's last paragraph. However, since you asked for them, there are some more not listed here:. One of them is "by", hence the "x" for multiplication.

When combined, they usually make up horrible sentences, such as "toy n la uni, xq? It bothers me a bit when they do a bunch in a row that are changed because it is hard enough for me to understand their otherwise bad spelling, but then when you turn every q into a k I'm not the kind Bb in spanish slang use shorteners but I have found some back in the day of short sms.

I hope I don't repeat some of the already shared:.

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I feel very sad now, and I thought I was doing so well with my Spanish learning as of lately! The only shortening I know in Spanish is turning a laugh from 'ha ha ha' to 'je je je' and that's not even shortening it at all! I think you can probably also turn q into que or saludar into salu2 or something. Don't feel bad about it. People don't usually communicate in that way in other contexts and if they do Just keep learning and you will be ok Keep focusing on your Spanish, you can get as colloquial as you Bb in spanish slang later.

Remember this kind of language is only used in text messages, not in every day writing and communication. Is not really important. I wonder why they spell hehehe differently when they want to mean laughing. Is there an explanation to the jejeje?

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Really the main thing the younger people do is just remove vowels, which is almost universal in cell phone chat now. Jejeje is more of a giggling laugh like hehehe. Jijiji can be the same although I've not seen that used as often personally. It can also be ggggg, as the G is pronounced as j.

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This is mostly used amongst youngsters. Similar to the first one: talo or timientos. Basically anything that uses a instead of spelling out the sound. Anyway, writing like this is something that I personally would not suggest. Even our parents didn't like it. I'm a native spanish speaker and I haven't used or seen that internet slang on my life! You can post now and register later. If you have anin now to post with your. Paste as plain text instead. Display as a link instead.

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Posted April 6, On 1 October at PM, kurdapia said:. Posted April 7, Or xq as "porque". Posted June 1, Posted August 2, Some people use "q" or "k" as a short version of que. the conversation Bb in spanish slang can post now and register later. Reply to this topic Only 75 emoji are allowed. Followers 0. Go to topic listing.

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