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tech_teacher
Bahamas

No points, No printables
 
Good Morning Friends
 
I just received a thank you / comment from a member who has downloaded my worksheet.  See: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=557291#thetop
 
However, this member has no points and has not uploaded any worksheets of his or her own.  How is this possible? Has the rules changed? This makes me feel a bit uncomfortable.

20 Nov 2011      



Stellam
Argentina

Hi tech teacher
 I don t think the rules have changed. This person must ve left a comment without downloading anything. All members can leave comments or use the forum but nobody can download without points. Don t worry!
Hugs
Stella

20 Nov 2011     



maryse pey
France

I think it may be possible to let a comment even if you cannot download. Just to let you know that your work is appreciated and that this person has yet become one of your fans !!!!
 
I think you can be proud of the compliment even if you are not used to such "free" (but I think sincere) comments.
 
Don t worry and don t feel uneasy, just enjoy this little good surprise from a new ESL member !
 
End well your Sunday.

20 Nov 2011     



David Lisgo
Japan

"LOP" Hardly complimentary unless the person has no idea what it means.
I think that you are 1NAM, now that s complimentary.
 
David

20 Nov 2011     



Jayho
Australia

Hey, great idea for a Sunday night competition.  Let s try and guess what they meant when they wrote LOP?
 
Lesson on pronouns?

20 Nov 2011     



Lina Ladybird
Germany

Nooo, dear Jayho... :-) As everybody except for you knows, lop is a widely used abbreviation of the word lollipop, and in this context the comment "great lop" means that the worksheet is a real treat, sweet like candy!!
 
LOL LOL LOL LOL
 
 
EDIT for those who want to torture me for having been so "nasty" and "rude" towards poor Jayho: I do like her very much and was only being ironic!! What do you think are the four *LOL* smilies for?? Some people around here really havent got any sense of humour at all... Wacko
 

20 Nov 2011     



Stellam
Argentina

Really?
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=lop


20 Nov 2011     



treasure0911
France

Well, let s hope it was the lollipop meaning!

20 Nov 2011     



Stellam
Argentina

Let me see if I got it right: 4 LOL smilies stand for  I m being ironic ? Wow, there s so much I need to learn about Internet language...

Anyway, please, dear Silke don t worry: everybody here appreciates your fine sense of humour! LOLLOLLOLLOL

20 Nov 2011     



Lina Ladybird
Germany

Are you by any chance trying to be ironic, dearest Stella?! ;-)
Wow, you really do learn quickly, don t you? LOL LOL LOL LOL
 
 
 

20 Nov 2011     



Stellam
Argentina


I ve got the best teacher LOL LOL LOL LOL
Hug

20 Nov 2011     

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