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This scam came through and is so typical of “errors” made by foreigners i.e. people whose native language is not English. Some SLART people distinguish between errors and mistakes, the latter being those goofs any native speaker may make and can self-correct.
The shamans tell us that native speakers who do not speak formal written English (I know, oxymoron, but that is what they want: the sort of English we use in formal writing) speak this sort of gibberish – no rules, etc. The sort of bunk linguists have debunked long ago.
One man found fault with a native speaker of Spanish from Mexico, an Indian. When we tried to tell him that the usage was indeed standard Spanish, he replied that “those people in those little villages are liable to say anything.” (Later he came back and apologized not for the bigoted remark but for being wrong about the usage).
A teacher wedded to concepts of high culture asked me if I was teaching the real (she meant actual, not the Spanish of the Academia Real) or “that gutter Mexican crap”. Yet she prided herself on leading the charge against ethnic prejudice in our school.