Lenguaje de text

Se llama “SMS” y son mensajes cortos. Se usan especialmente en los mensajes de text o email. Aquí una lista de las más usadas y comunes “Text Speak” en Español:

x = por
k = que
xq= porque / Por qué
nls = no lo sé
vdd? = verdad?
a2 = adíos
bs, bss = besos
b7 = besitos
bb= bebé
tq = te quiero
tkm = te quiero mucho
ntp = no te preocupes
nkv= nada que ver
s-lente= excelente

texting in spanish

To see more and see a video of a vlog in Spanish discussing this very topic…..

Un video de Caelike, una chica mexicana quien hace vlogs (video blog)

tb= también
+ = más
msj = mensaje
finde, fds = fin de semana
hl= hasta luego
q tl = qué tal?
qt1bd = que tengas un buen día
km= como
pf = por favor
salu2 = saludos
pa = para
xat = chat
tas = estás
mg= me gusta
“=” = igual
cdt = cuídate
bn = bien
ps, pss = pues
kiero= quiero

Thanks to the world of twitter and the like, these language shortcuts are becoming all too common. It is very common to see many words spelled with “K” such as kiero and kuales as well as the letter “h” dropped from words, as well as many vowels also excluded.

Las Cosas como son: Vos tampoco entiendes lo que escribís

About spanishplans

Spanish Teacher in Chicago. Have studied or traveled to Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Uruguay. Have taught level 1 at middle and high school levels. Degree in Spanish and Master's in Teaching and Leadership. Blogger www.SpanishPlans.org
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One Response to Lenguaje de text

  1. fjkingsbury says:

    ¡MG!

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