I have this tendency to correct people's grammar( at least English ones) when I find it wrong, to me at least.
Although not all attempts were right, I would say 90% of the attempts was on the right track.
So its kind of a personal grudge, or whatever they call it, that I have for this particular cousin from my paternal side.
He was the kinda boastful typo, saying that
"Oh I'm good in chemistry, so I took up Chem Engineering."
And later on he swapped to ACCA claiming that the education quality in the engineering school sucked.
"Oh I have a backup plan, something which I even better in! Accounting!"
And later on he swapper to Bachelor of Accounting and Finance, after several fails of his papers in ACCA.
So much for being good are we? At least I tried to maintain my standard of results throughout my course of studies.
I remembered so clearly that he said ACCA has a much higher fail rate than med schools.
Please, I took STPM. Take it and then talk to me. Period.
And there's so much to do with his active participation is various, so to speak "Social Networking" like being a blogger, a photographer for events*to earn bucks* and all the stuffs.
And your primary role as a student to at least pass your exams? "My dad paying wart."
Ok so back to my grammar Nazi mode when I read his blog:
1) introduced the brand new iPad interactive menu which is much more convenient and easy operate for the customer.
Me: easy TO operate
2) This newly added dishes compromises fresh servings of prawns, tuna flakes and snow crab legs in it.
I wonder how dishes compromise-s themselves?
Me: comprise, without the S
3) It’s a truly refreshing dishes
Me: There's only It, not They. So its a DISH only.
4) the soft shell crab meat were sweet in taste and goes well with the sushi rice and spicy mayonnaise.
Make up your freakin mind. It's a singular or plural???!!!
5) I always have the impression that Japanese curry was much more salty and
sweet than the local one. This curry udon were much more mild in taste
and rich in aroma.
Me: I have always HAD the impression; much saltier and sweeter; curry udon WAS.
Can you imagine the number of times I'd actually rolled my eyes reading this "food REVIEW"
Please, don't embarrass yourself in the public with your petty grammatical errors, and claiming that you do great reviews.
I'm a bitch aren't I?
Taking it personal? Oh I totally am.
Don't you even dare to boast in front of my family members, because I'm going to take you down with all I can.