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2. Using the word “texts”

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

  • Although the everyday usage of the word “text” tends to be related to messages sent by mobile phones, it is still the term preferred when referring to a piece of spoken, written or visual communication. For example, a text can be a conversation, a poem, a web page, a speech or a poster.
  • Reading programmes are mostly focused on written text. These texts will be fiction and non-fiction in electronic as well as print media.


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