Actually, while ‘text’ may be used as a verb in the cellphone world, it has not reached dictionary status yet. Text, for all real purposes, is still just a noun.
So if you want to be grammatically correct, you would not say “I texted him” or “I texted him.” You would say “I sent him (or her) a text message.” Someday the noun ‘text’ may become a verb, but until then if you use it as such you are a grammaticaly pioneer.
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Which is correct and why? 1.This was not an entirely unexpected finding as masses can migrate out of palpable range due to the relaxation effects of anesthesia and supine position. 2.This was not an entirely unexpected finding, since masses can migrate out of palpable range due to the relaxation effects of anesthesia and supine position. Thank you very much!