A: what’s up?
B: not much. Its frezzing in Beijing.
A: u should come to Bangkok. We’ve got lovely weather here.
B: great! R y inviting me?
A: laughing out loud.
B: be right back.
A: where r u going?
A; ok. I’m going to go to bathroom too. Talk to you later.
Note: when people chat online, they often shorten words. Use abbreviations, use lower case letters, and rarely use punctuation marks, especially apostrophe marks.
A: hi, dave! What’s up?
B: oh, not much. What have you been doing recently, cathy?
A: I’ve been chatting online a lot with friends.
B; where do you go to chat?
A; I usually use yahoo messager. What about you?
B; I’ve never chatted online before.
A: what?? How is that possible? Why not?
B: well, my computer is really old, so most software isn’t compatible with my computer.
A; do you want to come over to mine? I can show you how to use it.
B: how long does it take to download mp3 files?
A: not very long at all. I usually download at least 30 a day.
B; do you ever download any tv programs or movies?
A; sure, I’d say that I download at least on program a day.
B: do you think you could download some for me?
A: sure, just let me know what you want and I can burn it onto a cd for you.
B; let me see… I’ve heard a lot about a show called friends.
A; no problem. Did you know that there are many friends forums online?
B: what’s a forum?
A: it’s a place you can go to online where you can chat to other people who have similar interests as you.
B; do the friends’ stars ever show up there?
A; sometimes, people say they are the friends stars, but you never know who you’re talking to. For all I know, Jennifer aniston is really an old fat man.
A: ha ha ha…
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