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This study is intended to benefit both linguists and web users.Further dimensions have developed as a result of further technological advancements which include the development of the Web as Corpus and the spread and influence of the stylistic variations brought forth by the spread of the Internet, through the Mass Media and Literary Works.

In schools, it is not uncommon for educators and students to be given personalized school e-mail accounts for communication and interaction purposes.

Classroom discussions are increasingly being brought onto the Internet in the form of discussion forums.

For instance, at Nanyang Technological University, students engage in collaborative learning at the university’s portal – edve NTUre, where they participate in discussions on forums and online quizzes and view streaming podcasts prepared by their course instructors among others.

Internet linguistics is a domain of linguistics advocated by the English linguist David Crystal.

It studies new language styles and forms that have arisen under the influence of the Internet and other New Media, such as Short Message Service (SMS) text messaging.

Since the beginning of Human-computer interaction (HCI) leading to computer-mediated communication (CMC) and Internet-mediated communication (IMC), experts have acknowledged that linguistics has a contributing role in it, in terms of web interface and usability.Studying the emerging language on the Internet can help improve conceptual organization, translation and web usability.Significant avenues include but are not limited to SMS Text Messaging, e-mails, chatgroups, virtual worlds and the Web.The evolution of these new mediums of communications has raised much concern with regards to the way language is being used.According to Crystal (2005), these concerns are neither without grounds nor unseen in history – it surfaces almost always when a new technology breakthrough influences languages; as seen in the 15th century when printing was introduced, the 19th century when the telephone was invented and the 20th century when broadcasting began to penetrate our society.Some examples include the i Phone and the Black Berry.