answer: wala akong alam about sa ml but about bts,
1. jimin is as cute as a mochi
2. bts is as precious as a gold
3. suga's rapping is as fast as how my heart beats for him (hehe)
4. jin laughs like a windshield being wiped (lol)
5. i love bts as much as how i love my family
d ko alam yung death monkey haha
let's start off by examining some popular acronyms and their meaning, including how they are used in sentences. we're likely to see them in the news and even use them in our everyday language. radar and taser are prime examples of acronyms that are now commonly accepted as words.
awol - absent without official leave (or absent without leave)
i don't know where he went. he's totally awol.
cta - call to action
don't forget to include a cta at the end of your blog.
with interactions happening on email, text, facebook, instagram, and more, internet acronyms are a part of everyday language. given our propensity to send quick, off-the-cuff text messages or post short, fun tweets, the grammar rules pertaining to acronyms and capitalization generally fly out the window.
the 15 examples below follow the proper rules for capitalization, but the next time your friend texts you "idk," you're likely to see a simple "idk."
bae - before anyone else
he's my new bae.
bff - best friend(s) forever
she'll always be my bff.
true ata lol hahah