"Text talk" and social media etiquette might constitute a new language.
Ask almost anyone under the age of 30 and they will readily tell you that there is an important difference in a text message between “yes” and “yes.” They could also explain to you the etiquette of “liking” verses “sharing” on Facebook and teach you how to communicate sarcasm with emojis. All these and more constitute the grammar of millennial English.
Copy editor and sociolinguist Deanna Hoak has been sharing some of her observations on Twitter. You can read about this “new” grammar below.