Short forms: the grammar
In informal chat messages, native speakers are often careless when it comes to grammar rules — or they deliberately ignore them to make their messages look how spoken English would sound. For example, auxiliary verbs ("do" in "do you want to") and subjects are often left out of questions and statements.
Would you understand these posts from native speakers? Convert them to their more standard grammatical forms.
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