FOE (Freedom of Expression): Text Message Acronym Dictionary
The words in your vocabulary represent the building blocks of your thought, and they are essential to your ability to understand a communicate. Today, modern technologies’ influence has catapulted mankind’s ability to communicate into new frontiers. An engaging discussion about expression is all set to begin in FOETM (Freedom of Expression): Text Message Acronym Dictionary, a new book released through Xlibris. FOETM (Freedom of Expression) is a smart guide written to help you learn what others are saying to you, as well as be acquainted with new ways to say what you want to express in a shortened, cryptic message. This book will bring a new life into your technology-oriented communication skills with its hand, easy-to-understand resource that include selections like WYP (what’s your problem), LOL (laughing out loud), OMGTM (oh my god) and more. By completing the book, readers will become fully prepared to communicate effectively and understandably through technology.
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