A language says ending with a full stop can look . In American English, a full stop is called a . The expert said younger people who use apps prefer to send a completely message of ending a sentence with a full stop. She said: "If you're a person and you're sending a message to someone, the way to break up your thoughts is to send each as a new message."
The full stop is 2,300 years . It is necessary in . Teachers use red if a student forgets the full stop. Technology is changing we write. Most people now use abbreviations, emojis or :-) People use 'LOL' instead of 'laugh out ,' or the 'fyi' rather than 'for your '. Not using the full stop in text messages saves . The expert said a full stop can also make the writer look a little .