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    newbie, junior...

    Maybe the information is somewhere else but I can't find it. Is there a classification for people in the forum; what do this titles mean and which are them?. I've just noticed I've been upgraded from newbie to junior member and would like to know why. Thanks in advance.

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    Re: newbie, junior...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wuisi View Post
    Maybe the information is somewhere else but I can't find it. Is there a classification for people in the forum; what do this titles mean and which are them?. I've just noticed I've been upgraded from newbie to junior member and would like to know why. Thanks in advance.
    ...what do the titles stand for and what are they?
    This normally recognises the amount/standard of your input. Just let the moderators decide when to 'upgrade' you; do not worry about it.

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    Re: newbie, junior...

    Quote Originally Posted by Wuisi View Post
    Maybe the information is somewhere else but I can't find it. Is there a classification for people in the forum; what do this titles mean and which are them?. I've just noticed I've been upgraded from newbie to junior member and would like to know why. Thanks in advance.
    Click on the following link :

    UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum - Help: Other Rules


    Members move up in rank in the following order:

    0 posts - Just Joined
    1 post - Newbie
    35 posts -Junior Member
    100 posts - Member
    500 posts - Senior Member
    1500 posts - Key Member


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    Re: newbie, junior...

    Ok, thanks a lot. I thought there was some kind of limit to using the site or something like that.

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