2018年6月23日土曜日

emoji-Sr.3-Jun.23

Most of the mobile phone users must have seen or used emojis. The emoji is a small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion in electronic communication worldwide. They include sequences for gender or skin tone, flags, and the components used to create keycap, flag, and other sequences. Originated on Japanese mobile phones in 1999, emojis have become increasingly popular around the world especially on smartphones and now there are over 2,800 emojis in the Unicode Standard as of June 2018. Since the emoji is used without training and beyond language barriers, it could be regarded as one of the most popular international communication tools.
Also, the emoji expresses the meaning, feeling and even situations clearly and instantly like pictographs and other visual images that are used to show for safety instructions to passengers and warnings signs to visitors. Now, some people are campaigning to use this common communication tool as an early warning message tool for climate and environmental events, especially for an earthquake. Since so many people are visiting or staying in places whose languages are different from theirs, universal and easy-to-understand mobile messages are essential and convenient for critical events. So, why not use it more effectively?
Over 2,600 emojis are in Unicode. 

Do you think if someday the emoji will become the leading universal communication tool over languages?  
Write your answer in four to six sentences.

9 件のコメント:

  1. I think the emoji will not become the leading universal commnication tool over language.
    Using emoji to communicate is not useful or meanful way.
    We have own language what we can communicate the best.
    There is no mean using emoji which is not easy to understand what people say deeply, even if the person who you talk is foreigner.
    We all have technology which can translate our speaking into other language.
    It’s not necessary to count on other language or thchmology like emogi to communicate with someone.

    返信削除
  2. I don't think emoji will become the universal communication tool.
    I have two reasons.
    The first reason is that, emoji is confusing if the sentence is long.
    For example, I couldn't read the tweet Mr TK showed me written by emoji.
    The second reason is that, some people feel it is casual.
    So they maybe won't use it in offcial things.

    返信削除
  3. I think emoji will become the leading universal communication tool over languages because it's easy to understand.
    There are many non-English speakers around the worlds and we could'nt communicate each other smoothly because of the linguistic problem.
    We would translate own language and then we write a message but if we used emoji to communicate, we could know what they want to say easily.
    To use the emoji is

    返信削除
  4. I don't think the emoji will be the leading univerdsl communication tool over languages.
    I saw tweets that all writen by emoji but I couldn't read.
    Nowadays we can transrate other languages to our languages very easily, especially on the twetter.
    If you put the ''transrate'' under the tweet, you can read what is written by your language.
    It's not clear sentenses sometimes, but we can read easier than reading emoji.

    返信削除
  5. I don't think if someday the emoji will become the leading unuversal communication tool over languages.
    If people communicate with each other only using emoji, a lot of misunderstandings occur.
    There are much interpretation among diffelent country or culture.
    Also, sentence which was written by only emoji is very hard to read correctly.

    返信削除
  6. I think the emoji someday will become the leadimg universal communication tool.
    It can tell everyone what you want to say .If you don't understand foreign languages,you can understand the meaning by it.
    Also, you can find easily what you should do next if instruction book is writen by emoji.you

    返信削除
  7. I don't think emoji become official language.
    First, the advantage to use emoji is to express own emotion easily, so it's can't adapt to formal occasion.
    Also, this characteristic may couse decreasing of vocabulary.
    It is waste becouse humans have developed letters for over thousands of years.
    In thease reasons, emoji can't become universal.


    返信削除
  8. I think the emoji will become the leading universal communication tool over language.
    Using emoji is easier to understand what they want to express because they use image.
    Most people can’t understand foreign languages but we can have common understanding with emoji.

    返信削除
  9. I don't think the emoji will become the universal communication tool.
    Emoji is very convenient, but it can express only easy things like words or short passage.
    People can't understand long passage written by a lot of emoji.
    Also, if people speak with emoji, they need various kinds of emoji.
    Difficult words can't be drawn by emoji.

    返信削除