My experience is that none-native English speakers may occasionally suffer syntax issues, but often have a better grasp of grammar.
And like I said; I am just chewing fat with other Grammar Nazis. I don't hold it against you for your spelling or grammar or word choice unless you want me to. I mean, come on, in the "weird crushes" thread I use the term haaawt!
Now I will have to go read that thread, that I didn't bother to open with that title, to find what that may mean.
To explain better my choice of threads to read, some topics can be a bit TMI for me.
Although I may be missing then on some innocuous fun also.
I hate the use of the non-word "prolly". I just don't understand why anyone would consider it a useful alternative to the actual word "probably".
I also see people use the word "weary" instead of the word "wary". And the non-word "skiddish" instead of "skittish". Maybe their dog is so weary because it has been skidding too much? However, I can see a skittish dog being wary. My skittish dog is wary of strangers.