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Welcome to Club English!
The Forums of Summit Language Institute

This community is open to anyone interested in learning English as a Second / Foreign Language. Our goal is to provide a helpful, informative, and enjoyable environment for ESL/EFL learners to ask questions and practice their English.


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Question Please read before posting!
Posted by: Johanne - 02-09-2013 11:55 PM - No Replies

Welcome to Summit Language Institute’s ESL forums! Here are a few rules to help make these forums a comfortable place for people to discuss about ESL and learning English.

  1. Treat others with respect. Do not insult, harass, or threaten others. This includes abuse of email and/or private messages (PM).
  2. Do not use profanity or other offensive language. Do not post anything that would embarrass your mother or grandmother.
  3. Please do not spam. Do not write off-topic posts, and do not post more than one time in a row before getting a reply – if necessary, you can edit your post instead.
  4. Do not cross-post under multiple topics.
  5. A forum is not a chat. If you want to talk with one person, you can send him a private message (PM).
  6. A forum is a community. Users who join for the sole purpose of self-promotion or advertising job openings, etc. will lose posting privileges.
  7. Do not post copyrighted materials, including pictures and music. Brief selections are allowed for educational purposes, but not complete articles. If you want to refer to an article, quote a brief selection and add a link. Name your sources, and give the URL if applicable. Posts that violate copyright will be removed without notice.
  8. Do not post links to illegal sites or illegal materials.
  9. Do not “hotlink” pictures.
  10. Do not advertise your own sites in the forums. You can put the address of your website in your profile and/or signature, but do not post solely as a means to advertise yourself.


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