Here is the post in question:
U Kant reed wrote:
Desperate people do desperate things wrote:
Just shut-up wrote:
Textbook projection. You continuously fling pathetic insults on this thread every day and then accuse someone else of doing the same. I will not opine as to whether you do this out of a feeling of intellectual inferiority. I will leave that activity to armchair psychologists like yourself.
You just took what she said about Igy and used the same on her. Could you not come up with anything original?
You apparently can't read as I clearly pointed out that I would not make an assumption as to why you behave in the manner that you do and did not do so.
Also, why no attempt to defend your incorrect use of the word fledgling? Think I would not notice?
Until you stop making grammatical errors, you should stop criticizing how others write.
Now please, enlighten me as to grammatical errors which, apparently unbeknownst to you, does not include " ...lack of proper sentence structure..."
Grammatical error is a term used in prescriptive grammar to describe an instance of faulty, unconventional, or controversial usage, such as a misplaced modifier or an inappropriate verb tense. Also called a usage error. Compare grammatical error with correctness.
Grammatical errors are usually distinguished from (though sometimes confused with) factual errors, logical fallacies, misspellings, typographical errors, and faulty punctuation.