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Yes, the title 'I'm a newbie' is often seen here. When you see a blog title like this, you know it's the first blog by a new member, or a newcomer.  

'I'm a newbie' may mean I'm new or a stranger to MyEC, and if I make some mistakes, don't laugh at me.

In fact, it doesn't matter if you're a newbie, or a rookie. We'll read and even comment on your blog no matter whether you're a novice, or a neophyte. And, you don't need to be sorry for the mistakes since even advanced learners here make mistakes, too. 

You may be a beginner, a new/fresh/green hand, or a fledgling, you should be proud of youself since you've written a blog in English, which isn't your first language or mother tongue. 

So, you don't need to let us know you're just an English learner. Just write something as if you were a veteran, an old hand/stager, an experienced, skilled, seasoned, salted or expert writer. 

Did you notice the words that mean the same thing:

newbie - newcomer - rookie - novice - neophyte - beginner - new/fresh/green hand - fledgling - learner

advanced - veteran - old hand/stager - experienced - skilled - seasoned - salted - expert

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Comment by Expector Smith on September 20, 2015 at 1:05

Hi Adaline,

Thanks for the nice comment. You could try to take part in Tara's monthly writing challenge or Expector's blog challenge. It can be so fun and helpful. 

Comment by Adaline Bala on September 19, 2015 at 23:45

Dear Expector Smith, We all need some words of encouragement. Truly your words are encouraging and inspirational. Thank you so much. You are amazing!


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Comment by Expector Smith on September 19, 2015 at 0:18

@saba

You're a popular member here. Thanks.

@Luci

Yes, it seemed you have a lot of catching up to do when you came back. Now, you're popular again.  Keep it up!

Comment by Luci on September 18, 2015 at 17:20
Honestly speaking after coming back here.. I feel like a newbie :D and... I missed my opportunity to write a blog such as.. hello..i m Luci from Europe blabla.. I just feel like..ok it is polite..but does anybody care? :D
Comment by saba on September 18, 2015 at 14:07

I'm neither a newbie, rookie nor a seasoned, salted to MY EC :)

I don't know what I am ?!!!


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Comment by Expector Smith on September 17, 2015 at 23:06

Thanks to ann, Nimzaf, setareh!

Yes, you could write something like this. It can be fun - try to write one!

Comment by setareh on September 17, 2015 at 18:57

Dear Expector, so many thanks for your encouraging blog. It always gives me more courage to write.

Comment by Nimzaf on September 17, 2015 at 17:37
As a newbie this blog is so important for me,Some words first-time I have heard.Very good informative blog.

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Comment by ann on September 17, 2015 at 14:17
I 'm still a newbie of synonyms too. Thank Mr. Expertor for your interesting challenge.

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Comment by Expector Smith on September 17, 2015 at 12:15

@Onee

Sure, you're a seasoned or salted blogger. Keep it up!

@Egoist

I'm glad you learned some new words here. 

@Afro

Hope to read your new blog soon.

@Alice

Yes, we were a newbie, too. Let's help inspire newbies to write a blog. Thanks.

@Mishaikh

You're welcome.

@Seeker

Thanks a lot. 

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