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    explain about this forum

    There are number of times that I tried to explain Ilearned English from this website that I could get a lot of feedback/replies of people from different countries regarding English studies. They seemed not getting what I meant and even worried about whether I had been chatting in an unreliable website where I turned out involve chattings with unknown people which led me to possible undecent datings in the future.

    Can administor/moderate/editor show me how should I explain it in a simple and straightforward way.


    ju

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    Re: explain about this forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    There are number of times that I tried to explain Ilearned English from this website that I could get a lot of feedback/replies of people from different countries regarding English studies. They seemed not getting what I meant and even worried about whether I had been chatting in an unreliable website where I turned out involve chattings with unknown people which led me to possible undecent datings in the future.

    Can administor/moderate/editor show me how should I explain it in a simple and straightforward way.


    ju
    Why not just explain that this is an educational site, not a chat room or a dating service.

    I am not an administor/moderate/editor

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    Re: explain about this forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Why not just explain that this is an educational site, not a chat room or a dating service.
    I agree. There are many forums online where one can learn from reputable sources. I think the best thing is probably to show those people the actual website and they can work it out for themselves.

    I am also not an administrator/moderator/editor (note spellings)

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