Peyman
It's weird!

I used this site with another account about 1 year ago and after a while I left, although I liked it very much. Anyway, what I want to say is that in comparison to that time, there is one thing that has changed totally. I noticed that almost none of English entries are corrected while only the too long ones wouldn't be corrected last year, Why is that so? Would you explain it to me? Of course, I know that the number of English learners here are much more than the the English speaking members. Still, This matter wonders me because the questions related to English are answered instantly by almost 3 members.
I know what I wrote can cause a misunderstanding so I must explain that I'm not a cheeky person and don't want to blame or offend anyone not at all. I'm really grateful to those who dedicated their time,which is the most valuable thing that someone could have, to all the English learners here. It is just a question that has baffled me. Actually, I'm planing on preparing myself for IELTS so I want to know how much I can count on this site. :)

So sorry for talking too much and please accept my apology if I've said something inappropriate! ;)

Mar 10, 2015 9:36 PM
Comments · 3

I actually like reading entries in Arabic and English, and on Dec. I've noticed how slow it was for any English entry to get corrected. I directly associated that with the Christmas holiday, so I thought this is temporary because everyone is busy, but things continued to be the same and more than one discussion like yours was opened since the beginning of 2015 by English learners to ask the same question :)

March 11, 2015

Hi Mumtaz, thanks for your input! It's interesting that you know the exact time! ;)

March 10, 2015

This started to happen since last Dec., before that English entries used to be corrected faster!

One of the reasons is what you said about the big number of English learners on this website, but there are many reasons for that as well; I hope English native speakers would participate in your discussion and tell you why they stopped correcting like before.

March 10, 2015
Peyman
Language Skills
English, Persian (Farsi), Spanish, Turkish
Learning Language
English