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Some bilinguals use emoticons more when chatting in non-native language

from University of Washington via Science Daily

Sometimes, a smile can say everything. But has :-) — the emoticon version of a happy grin — crossed that line into becoming a socially acceptable way of communicating? For some bilingual speakers, it turns out emoticons often are useful and may be used as vehicles to communicate when words and phrasing are difficult. more

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