Ruskies Scold The U.S.
John A. Quayle
blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Mon May 18 21:50:01 MDT 2009
At 08:23 PM 5/18/2009, Stephen A. Frye wrote:
>I have to question the authenticity of this article. It's "almost" well
>written. If this were a translation from Russian into English, the "lazy"
>grammatical errors wouldn't have occurred, because the errors wouldn't be
>the same in Russian.
Depends on who did the actual translating, Stephen. Don't you think?
>The errors wouldn't translate directly.
I don't know that for sure, so I can't comment one way or the
>And I have never read these lazy grammatical errors by any native English
>speaker that writes columns of any significance. Some postings herein,
>yes. Journalists - never - they know better.
At least we trust that to be so.
>And if they don't, then the substance of their material is probably just
>as error prone.
When have you ever seen or heard of any journalist worried about
accuracy of facts, Stephen? I can tell you that as a staff, the NYTimes
certainly isn't. How many times have they been caught making stuff up out
of whole cloth? Long as it fits their premise............
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