What's standard of a good respondence?

@miaolin (397)
China
June 9, 2007 9:35am CST
I have been here for nealy four weeks,but I still don't know what's the standard of a good discussion and a good respondence.About the discussion,whether it should be attractive or any other factors?And the respondence.Whether the grammar work also is one of the standard?Who can give me a answer?Thank you in advance.
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@Sherry12 (2475)
• United States
9 Jun 07
A good discussion to me is one that is interesting and that lots of people take interest in and answer. A good response should be answering or related to the main discussion. I have heard that the response should be at least 4 lines long. I'm sure on the pay, if grammar counts or not. There are so many members from different countries, I don't hardly see that as being able to be a factor. I think this is a good discussion that you have started.
@miaolin (397)
• China
9 Jun 07
Thanks for your answer.Whether it is really relvant to how much you have responded?If it is with good answer but not so much word,will it is ok?
@Sherry12 (2475)
• United States
9 Jun 07
I'm not real sure, but the pay seems to be better if you can get 4 lines in your response to other discussions. When you reply to your own discussions answers, it doesn't matter. but, when answering other discussions try to get at least 4 lines.
@sukumar794 (5047)
• Thiruvananthapuram, India
9 Jun 07
It's RESPONSE that we are putting up here . A good discussion posting should be replied with what you feel about it . That is named as your response. Got it , I suppose .