This isn´t quite photography, but it does reflect on what gets written on this and other sites.
I have a problem with the abuse of basic English.
i know i'll get nailed for this one, but here goes.
i'm no native speaker of english (chronologically, it is my 3dr language), i don't live in a country where english is any sort of official language, but i too am sensitive to the abuse of basic english. let me quote a few relevant examples from a single page, which most of you might recognise:
"Improvements in image quality at the very high end of digital imaging (medium format backs) improves by small increments" -- i've been under the impression that image quality improves (maybe), but "improvements in image quality" don't. perhaps i've been wrong.
"I have no intention here in doing a comparison..."
"In additional to being vastly brighter and more readable..."
"Each of these is a place susceptable to moisture..."
"the P45+ definitely seems to produce a "sharper" image than does the P45" -- definitely seems a cop-out, maybe?
"the differences in image quality between backs is small"
yes, you often get what you pay for, and i don't pay. but these quotes are not from a post hastily written while photoshop does its thing or whatever, they come from a review of a very high end product. i would expect better, but the pattern is old, so i no longer expect any better.
...native English speakers ought to be able to write coherent sentences and spell correctly at a minimum.