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Abstract

Today's young people use a language that we sometimes find strange. It is about a language which, for them, has a meaning, since they understand it and are themselves understood. It is a language that is both forged and coded, borrowed, using neologism and abbreviation, etc. This linguistic creativity reflects the interest of young people in language practices. Or what impact is there on the language? are we in the presence of a degradation of the language and its regression, or we are rather witnessing its evolution and /or revolution since some words, by the frequency of use, become attested and thus accepted as new words which one finds in dictionaries, such as 'kiffer', 'kif kif', 'triper', 'youtubeur', etc. it is with these kinds of questions that we will try to give some elements of answer in our contribution.

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