It's your language. You use it every day. You should strive to master it. My late mother, a 27-year, graduate-level professor of English, embedded that in my brain once upon a time. I’m not nearly as smart as she was, but I’m sharp enough to recognize that the vast majority of native-born Americans can’t speak or write English worth a lick.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
I took this picture while in San Diego on Business last month. Bite, a self-proclaimed "Modern California Bistro" (whatever that is) in the Hillcrest area, gets a failing grade in grammar.