Is texted a word
The word texted has two syllables.
wana (as in wana have it!)
Grammatically, the answer is no. Texted is a slang word. The proper way to say it is, "You sent me a text message."
No, you may be thinking of "text" or "texted".
Yes, the word 'texted' is really a word. It's up to us, the general population, to decide what constitutes a word. So if very many of us use a term in everyday language, it's officially a word.
NO only the amount you texted!!(:
The past tense of text is texted.
yes. the past tense is texted.
it is not likely in dictionaries at this time but will eventually, compare to the word faxed, which is a transitive verb
Usually just how much data you used, the numbers you texted/called, how many times you texted/called, and the total amount of money you need to pay.
it is 678-365-7837 yes its real and it works ive texted and called it!! it is 678-365-7837 yes its real and it works ive texted and called it!!
The past tense is texted.
They can see: The numbers you called. The numbers you texted. What time & date you made said calls. What time & date you send the texts.
Yes. Some examples are:To send a text message to: She texted me when she arrived.To communicate by text message: He texted that he would be late.
I think that because the word "text" is such a modern word that actually it could be either.
he texted them
Sense. This question makes none.
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The word 'numbers' can be abbreviated to 'nos' eg. no.7
Alltel can retrieve text messages as far as four months back. The numbers called and texted can be retrieved much further back.