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  • weblish(Internet Slang)
    Korea University English Literature
    Tae HyukKweon
    JongHoon Kim
  • What is weblish?
    • Internet slang (Internet short-hand, netspeak or chatspeak) is a type of slang that Internet users have popularized, and in many cases, have coined.
    Cited from Wikipedia
  • The origin of Weblish
    Some of the terms and abbreviations used in internet slang appear to derive from fanspeak, the slang of science fiction fandom.
    The Jargon File(Hacker Slang)
    Afterwards, many abbreviations have taken place or been coined to transmit long expressions for short places that is assigned for one
    Cited from Wikipedia
  • Vocbulary
  • Other Examples (in s.m.s language)
    In my opinion imo
    As soon as possible asap
    Laughing out loud lol
    I love you ily -or- i<3u -or- 143
    Don't worry dw
    Cited from Wikipedia
  • Video Clip (Youtube)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sx4V1OPxhU
  • EMOTICON
    Happy
    :-) XD :-> :”> <3 …
    Sad
    :-( :( :-< :< </3 …
    Others
    :-3 :3 `D` >.< …
    Eastern Style
    (^_^) (0_0) (-_-;;) (^.~) …
  • Leet Speak
    Table cited from Wikipedia
  • Leet Speak in Korean
    ^l * -> 시 * (F***)
    ㅂr보 -> 바보(Stupid)
    Oi쁜oroi -> 이쁜 아이(Cute child)
    El없oi맑은oroi -> 티없이 맑은아이(Pure child)
    사ㄹ5해 -> 사랑해(I love you)
  • kitty pidgin(Lolcat)
  • Similar usage in korea
  • Pro-Weblish
    David Crystal
    …"They extend the range of the language, the expressiveness... the richness of the language,”…
    …"Resources for the expression of informality in writing have hugely increased -- something not seen in English since the Middle Ages,” ….
    David Crystal and “The Gr8 Dd8”
  • Examples found in dictionary
    FYI abbrev for your information: used in emails and TEXT MESSAGES as a way of introducing a useful piece of information.
    LOL abbrev 1. laughing out loud: used in emails and TEXT MESSAGES for showing that you think something is funny.
    2. lots of love: used at the end of emails and TEXT MESSAGES
  • Con-Weblish
    John Humphys
    …“Wrecking our language…”
    “…emotions and textese as "irritating" and essentially lazy behaviors, … will result in students' growing ignorance of proper grammar and punctuation…”
  • Inappropriate use of Weblish
    Hi Mom, B4 tht I rly wnt 2 tlk 2U abt txtng. K? =)
    Hi Mom, before that I really want to talk to you about texting. OK?
  • Inappropriate use of Internet slang (In Korea)
  • General change in Weblish
    • Economic abbreviation
    • Orthographical change
    • Reducing variation and complexity in spelling
    • Ex)
    ROTFL (Rolling on the Floor Laughing)
    ROFL rawfl
    • Pictograhication
  • Conclusion
    Weblish as a variation of English.
    Weblish has popularity
    Weblish has authority
    Weblish has novelty
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  • Reference
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_slang
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_language
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leet
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Txtng:_The_Gr8_Db8
    Ulaby, Neda (18 February 2006). "OMG: IM Slang Is Invading Everyday English". Digital Life. NPR. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5221618. Retrieved 25 March 2011.
    Kristen Philipkoski (February 22, 2005). "The Web Not the Death of Language". Wired News. http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,66671,00.html.
    Macmillan English Dictionary for advanced learners: second editoin. 2007.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sx4V1OPxhU