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Choose the word which best fits each gap. In the world of messengers and chat rooms, the use of Internet (1) ___________ is as naturalas seeing another selfie maker at the street. Some people call it Internet slang since many abbreviations are (2) ___________ used in informal conversations of specific groups in social media networks. However, the typical slang of British English, American English, Australian English, and others are typically localized (3) ___________ Internet abbreviations are universal and used by any person who catches the gist of a chat. The likelihood you can come up (4) ___________ ten common internet abbreviations is almost as high as the fact that you text or (5) ___________ your friends each day. Test yourself,what does NSFW mean in texting? And can you decode at (6) __________ half of the following abbreviations? LOL, ASAP, OMG, XOXO, B4N, FYI, G2G, FB, MSG, TTYL. Easily? By the way, FYI, ASAP, as well as other acronyms and abbreviations (7) __________ BTW(By the way), IMO (In my opinion), LMK (Let me know), PRB (Please reply by) have been included to the business email conversation (8) __________ almost never happens withcommon slang. 1. a. synonyms b. abbreviations c. antonyms d. syllables 2. a. mostly b. most c. the most d. almost 3. a. although b. because c. whenever d. whereas 4. a. for b. to c. with d. against 5. a. tweet b. talk c. send d. meet 6. a. loss b. large c. last d.least 7. a. such b. like c. likely d. as 8. a. this b. what c. which d. it

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Choose the word which best fits each gap. In the world of messengers and chat rooms, the use of Internet (1) ___________ is as naturalas seeing another selfie maker at the street. Some people call it Internet slang since many abbreviations are (2) ___________ used in informal conversations of specific groups in social media networks. However, the typical slang of British English, American English, Australian English, and others are typically localized (3) ___________ Internet abbreviations are universal and used by any person who catches the gist of a chat. The likelihood you can come up (4) ___________ ten common internet abbreviations is almost as high as the fact that you text or (5) ___________ your friends each day. Test yourself,what does NSFW mean in texting? And can you decode at (6) __________ half of the following abbreviations? LOL, ASAP, OMG, XOXO, B4N, FYI, G2G, FB, MSG, TTYL. Easily? By the way, FYI, ASAP, as well as other acronyms and abbreviations (7) __________ BTW(By the way), IMO (In my opinion), LMK (Let me know), PRB (Please reply by) have been included to the business email conversation (8) __________ almost never happens withcommon slang. 1. a. synonyms b. abbreviations c. antonyms d. syllables 2. a. mostly b. most c. the most d. almost 3. a. although b. because c. whenever d. whereas 4. a. for b. to c. with d. against 5. a. tweet b. talk c. send d. meet 6. a. loss b. large c. last d.least 7. a. such b. like c. likely d. as 8. a. this b. what c. which d. it

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B. To suggest that Internet crime is easier than robbing banks.

C. To show that Internet crime is much more common than other types of crime.

D. To show that banks are safe than the Internet.

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