Yes, the good old emoji.

They’re not only a good way of illustrating your text messages without using words that may or may not be spelt right, they can also give you a good hint on whether you are using the right word. One example is putting “over hear” but meaning “over here”: if you end up with the ear emoji in your phone emoji suggestions you know you’ve put the wrong version of “here” in.

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