But how would you decide who has good English? And you can't restrict access
for people with worse English (like yourself), who want to get some practice.
You would actually restrict yourself. Can you see the lapse in logic in your
requirement? We would only really be left with those, who don't need help
A bit of humility doesn't hurt sometimes. I would even guess that your girl
didn't necessarily have a problem with understanding English per se. I got
completely lost in your rant as well (as have others, I see).
Let's try an experiment. When you next reply, do it in short and concise
sentences. No thuses and other high vocab. Baby steps first. You can show off
your high style when others understand the basic stuff. Importantly, do some
light reading on word order. Yours is so Czech! Spell check should always be
your last step (I was wondering who the hell is Sam).
Everyone makes mistakes, I'm sure made a few myself. It's an important part
in the learning process. But you know how it goes with throwing stones when
having a glass house yourself. End of lynching. Hope it helps though.