Chatting with friends or other helps you to improve your social life and grammar

September 12, 2008 11:29pm CST
For me chatting with friends is the best way to improve your way of typing,responding,and socialising with other really helps coz i did improve my grammar and interaction with other people.....for you is it very helpful or just a stupid thingking?'s up to you..
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4 responses
@joyadalia (1409)
• Philippines
14 Sep 08
Yes, you are right. The more you socialize the more that you can type fast. It is not stupid, it's a reality.
• Philippines
16 Sep 08
ahahhaha....Thanks...for complying with my ideas ^^ hehehe
@Sheepie (3118)
• United States
13 Sep 08
No matter what I do on the internet it really does involve typing and a lot of the time I am on forums, like Mylot, in which I express my opinions and I have to learn different words to learn to explain my point of view. I increase my vocabulary and I am a little surprised at how primitive everyone around me is when it comes to vocabulary.
• Philippines
13 Sep 08
yeah that's right continue that such kind of attitude yes it really improves the way you type and the way to express your self...thanks for replyin....happy mylotting!!!
@chabawel (330)
• Philippines
18 Sep 08
Chatting does help your communication skills. This is way to express yourself more if you are a person who doesn't attend a lot of social functions.
@oo7josh (16)
• India
15 Sep 08
OK I agree its a great way of improving your typing speed. But most people don't even use grammar in their sentences. Just go to any forum and you'll see. Half of the time people don't even use spell check when its available. I'd bet that 1/4 of the people online don't even know what that red line under some words are...well maybe not 1/4 but a small percentage. As for interaction, clinical studies have proven that people who chat more than 5 hours continuous have a 60% introvert personality, meaning they cannot interact well with real people standing right in front of them. But between friends its fine i guess...