Originally Posted by mallyauto86
And Viper please notice my effort in punctuation
ok i know it suck's But i'm trying
An effort to correct use of English is all I ask for.
I know you've lived in France for quite a part of your life so I can't expect it to be perfect, but we both know that you can do a lot better than you have done in many posts.
Stagman's comment is straight forward and very accurate. It may not seem very polite but he speaks the truth.
To answer your other question: yes, it really is that bad.
I simply don't read a lot of your posts for that reason. I CAN read them, but when I constantly need to read words or sometimes entire sentences twice to get them, reading can get very tiresome.
A very simple and clear example, from the first post in this thread:
If I need to switch between an azerty and a querty keyboard I'm bound to get a few typo's as well.
But unless you have a problem with your sight you should be quite able to see what you have just typed, and all it takes is a few keystrokes to go back and turn that "q" into an "a".
An explanation about this post that once again hammers on your spelling:
I'm not trying to annoy you with this. I'm trying to get you to understand that it can be really quite bothersome for others to read stuff like that.
Try to look at it from a point of view of a person that has trouble with English.
"n a sid wut
" -> "and I said "what?"
"is something I'm able to correct because of things like context, sounds and knowledge of the language. But to someone that has trouble with English it's like deciphering hieroglyphs.
I needed to look up the correct spelling of "deciphering" and "hieroglyphs".
I typed "tryšing", "botersome", "stuf" but chose to correct them.
Because I type at quite a speed I usually get halfway through the word after my mistake before I spot it, hence I need to use roughly 5x backspace per typo.