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KSA Mega Goal 3 Unit1 Lesson 1 Conversation page 10-11

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An abbreviation is a short form of a word. For example, over is an abbreviation of over.
An acronym uses the first letters of several words to write a phrase. For example, DYWT means Do you want to.
Texting Acronyms WU? What's up? - LOL : laughing out loud - B4N: bye for now
How on earth? How is it possible
Hold on wait a moment.
Hang out spend time together informally
get it understand
got the hang of of it started to understand something
What doesn't the grandmother understand? The grandmother doesn't understand how Cara types a text message so quickly.
What acronym does the grandmother learn? The grandmother learns the acronym, "DYWT, or do you want to,".
Tell your parents about a time you explained something or learned something new form someone. Answer will vary.
Related to computers Cyber, Networking, Posted, Virtually
Synonym for ''special " Extraordinary, Unique
Related to Health Asthma, Paramedics
Created by: Talal2