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I think that a lot of people use emoticons and acronyms regularly in personal and business communication. They have a special place in my brain because of the way they communicate.
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: Emoticons help us convey more than words. For example, if you want to tell someone that you’re tired, you can say “I’m tired”. If you want to tell them you’re stressed, you can say “I’m stressed.” That’s not the point of emojis.
I think that there is a place for emoticons and acronyms. For example, I use them a lot when I write notes on my phone. I use them more when I type my thoughts into a form, such as a document, and then I use the emoticons to show what I type.
The problem is the emoticons and acronyms don’t do a good job of conveying the content of what you’re typing. Emoticons can help, but they still have a limited view of the world. I also think that there is a place for acronyms. After all, business communication uses acronyms and emoticons so it is a fairly standard way to communicate.
I think it’s important to know the right word when you use an acronym. If you’re using an acronym to explain a point you’re trying to make, then don’t use it in your own words. But if you’re not trying to explain a point, then you don’t need to use it and you can just leave it out in the English language.
For example, the acronym for the words “emoticons” is EMOTICONS. This is the most commonly used acronym in business communication and it is important to know the right word to use with it.
I think it’s important to know how to spell these words as well. For example, we use emoticons in a lot of our emails, and it is important to know the right way to use them.
The best way to know these words is to look at the alphabet. If you want to send an email to a customer that has a business problem, then the best way to do it is to spell out the words business problem. But if you want to explain a point, then make sure you spell out the question word first.
That’s a pretty good way to spell out business problem. But don’t use it for a customer to explain the point. That’s not appropriate.
We’re a big fan of the acronyms “We” and “Me”. The former stands for “we”, and the latter is “me”. And we’re not saying that is bad, we’re just suggesting that it’s not the best way to do things.