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How can the Internet affect global language?

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The Internet, as a communication resource has motivated the research for a myriad of new communication devices so that it can continue to branch out globally. Along with the devices, ways, and means that are created to ensure dissipation of information, new words have been coined, phrases have been adapted and adopted, and terms have been created.

The fact that so many people are using those myriads of new terms uniformly , we can say that the Internet is becoming "the" global new language. Technology is the new vocabulary.

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