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Jealous of those with high Discussion participation?

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Would you like your Discussion count to look like you're one of the old timers here? I have a simple suggestion. Go to the Lesson Submission section:
([url=http://my.spanishdict.com/forum/topic/listForCategory'categoryId=1710195%3ACategory%3A247150]LessonSubmission[/url]) and help review the Write submissions for the lessons. (The Speak submissions rarely function correctly). If you have some Spanish knowledge or just wish to improve your own understanding by correcting others, give it a try. Since many are submitted without error a simple "Good Job" comment will earn you a Discussion point. It's simple to answer 40 or 50 Discussions in an hour. Help those who didn't understand the exercise and rack up Discussion points at the same time.

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updated OCT 13, 2011
posted by 0074b507

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In English it is I'll accept that challenge.

La Podenquera said:

Then you have a good reason to be nervous now. Because I'm taking in on you : DOnly 600 in difference, piece of cake : P

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updated DIC 20, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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Those are different points. I only have 850 Discussion points (look on your My Page), but I'm going to work on that total right now.

La Podenquera said:

I guess I have to stop working if I am going to beat you in points Q. I have only 8309 against yours 207688 : D

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updated DIC 20, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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What do you expect from a toy? Voice engines aren't any better than machine translators. I switched to a non-audio smiley anyway.

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lazarus1907 said:

Quentin, the pronunciation of "fabuloso" from that Smiley is pretty bad. The first A is closer than normal, the U is pronounced with a sound that doesn't exist in Spanish, and the last O is not even clear.

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updated DIC 20, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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Quentin, the pronunciation of "fabuloso" from that Smiley is pretty bad. The first A is closer than normal, the U is pronounced with a sound that doesn't exist in Spanish, and the last O is not even clear.

updated DIC 20, 2008
posted by lazarus1907
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Well, Quentin, you are getting decently close to the 1000 mark. grin And your comments are always helpful!

(There, I got myself another point, ha ha.)

updated DIC 20, 2008
posted by Natasha
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Thanks for pointing this out Quentin. I'm fairly new to the forum and never thought about it.

updated DIC 19, 2008
posted by loven
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For the one's that don't need any correction I just leave a smiley so they know that someone has looked at their answer. (and I get a Discussion point!)

updated DIC 19, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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Ok! I'm giving it a try. Thanks for the tip. Only problem is that the discussions don't get as lively there as they sometimes do here smile

updated DIC 19, 2008
posted by CalvoViejo
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Hi Quentin, that is not only a good idea but a geat help. Do have a look at the lessons, if your level is decent , many people need help but not all can be attended to.

updated DIC 19, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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