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    Default I miss the suggestions guys.!

    hello

    i used to read the suggestions our members posted as a pointer.
    Please tell us about any improvments we can do to our site to make you feel better.

    any suggestions are welcome.

    I will this week add the language forums again.

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    Well, I just logged in and read your message about suggestions. When I had finished my suggestion, I wanted to post it but I was told that I had not logged in. How come? Now I forgot all I said.

    In any case it is about being respectful to the forum members. The forum was created, I believe, to assist one another and to uplift each other. It was not created to abuse anyone, upstage anyone, or speak in fould language to anyone, right?

    So, can people who abuse this be taken off the forum? Especially for foul language.

    God bless you all,

    Peter

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    Now that you ask, my suggestion would be to try to do a spell check before you put up a post. I have been reading the different posts people put up and have noticed bad grammar and spelling so much so that I said to myself that I should stop reading as it is beginnig to affect my own grammar. Does anyone else feel that way?

    I quite enjoy reading posts from Peterben as his English is very good. I do not post often but I try to get on the forum every day to find out if there is any news about PIPS.

    So there you have it folks - my suggestion!

    Supermom

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    Hi Supermom,
    I sympathise with your opinion, but I think that one must realise that members not only live in all quarters of the planet but are also blessed with varying standards of education.

    It is possible that some members, even if their native language is English, may have difficulty in reading and writing. I would not wish them to refrain from posting on this forum just because their English is not perfect.

    I would wish, however,to see far less bad and abusive language. It is not neccessary

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    The above referred suggestions are very appropriate,but here I would also like to suggest you. It will be good if along with money matters you include topics of general discussion on your forum,it could be regarding education,parenting,human relationships.Another business venture that you can introduced to your forum is that of online tutoring which is catching up in all subjects.

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