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TTO – Ms. Tran Kim Hue (District 11, HCMC) shared: “I’m really excited when I go to my child’s Facebook, I don’t understand what he writes, only later I know he… he’s lying”.

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“Urban teen”: Only studying, TV, playing games and the Internet? The acronyms on the Internet make parents “fire”


Not only using the “chat chit” language, most young people use abbreviations when exchanging information – Photo: TL

Not only Mrs. Hue, many other mothers said that appearing on the Internet with many young people’s abbreviations made them blush and startle.

Half West, Half Me

A series of community sites and forums constantly update general posts about acronyms that young people often use so that new members… timely recognize and understand the meaning.

Most acronyms appear in the form of a string of the first characters in the phrase you want to write such as: KLQ (unrelated), QTQ (too heaven and earth) …

Another type appears in the form of an abbreviation of English words such as: LOL (Laugh out loud), BTW (By the way – by the way)…

There are abbreviations derived from a word with the structure of half western half us such as: OMC (Oh my banana – homemade version of Oh my God).

However, many acronyms such as curse words are used indiscriminately, even from serious statuses on Facebook, especially in comments, such as “Green beans and cheekbones” (slang a swear word), CLGT: Need an explanation (also means: What is… what?), Oh Shit (English means waste, excrement, which young people use instead of curses), CMNR: It’s motherfucker…

Teenage abbreviations are not only rampant on the Internet but also “monster” entering the school environment and are present in the writings of students, even students in remote areas. far.

Ms. Truong Kim Nguyet Linh (language arts teacher at Lap Vo 3 High School, Dong Thap province) shared: “Sometimes when grading papers, I still encounter cases of abbreviations that are difficult to understand. Later, when I joined Facebook, I realized that it was because they were influenced by the habit of using abbreviations on social networks.”

Why is that?

Le Ngoc Nga (Ho Chi Minh City University of Law) said: “Once on Facebook, I saw a friend, normally outside, he is a class officer, very polite, but I don’t understand why when he goes on Facebook, he writes like that. . What a loss of image!”.

Ngo Tuan Anh (University of Science and Technology – Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City) said: “While texting or commenting on social networks, you must use acronyms to type quickly, but writing as usual will take a long time and when pressed When I sent it, someone else switched to talking about another topic, so the content I typed became lost, no one cared.”

And NMT (Ho Chi Minh City University of Agriculture and Forestry) explains: “Abbreviated quickly and conveniently. It’s better for us to abbreviate any sensitive and vulgar words than to say them out loud.”

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Particularly, Tran Anh Toan (Ho Chi Minh City University of Economics) said: “If I want to type quickly, I use abbreviations. I see now that those words are popular, everyone knows them!”.

Kieu Vu Huong Giang (a high school girl in Go Vap) explains: “Actually, we create a “private world”, in real life as well as online, where only friends understand each other, say it or say it briefly. understand. At best, adults can’t understand it.”

According to MSc in psychology Dao Le Hoa An (Vietnam Social Psychology Association), one of the reasons for this situation is that young people are in need of a private space.

“Acknowledge the child first and then adjust later,” said An.

“Parents do not follow their children too closely, please care and share so that they have a free and comfortable space to speak their minds. Don’t be too harsh, but slowly orient yourself”, Mr. An shared.

According to MSc An, because the form of communication on social networks or in messaging and chat applications is direct dialogue, characterized by spoken language more than written, young people can be comfortable in using use words.

It also shows the creativity, approach to new things and especially the fast communication requirements of young people in today’s era.

However, MSc An said that if you don’t know the limits, it will be easy to form bad habits. “Sowing thoughts, reaping actions, so it is necessary to limit the use of abbreviations and vulgarity to avoid long-term effects on perception and actions” – MSc An shared.

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Some acronyms that young people often use

RELA: Relationship

CFS: Confession (self-confessed)

19: One night (one night)

29: Tonight (tonight)

ASL: Age, sex, location (age, gender, place of residence)

BF: Boy friend (boyfriend)

GF: Girl friend (girlfriend)

INB: Inbox (private message)

PM: Private message (private talk)

Gato: Jealousy is angry

COCC: Children of ancestors

Oh damn: Oh fate

ATSM: Illusion of Power

Centella asiatica: (slang a swear word)

CLGT: Needs an explanation (also means: What is… what is it)

Oh Shit (English means waste, feces, which young people often use instead of curse)

OMC: Oh my banana

CMNR: It’s her mother’s son.


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