The apartment building in which I live is about to have some maintenance work done.
A couple of days ago, the company we have employed to do the work sent a note out to all residents. It’s just a short note. All in all there are fewer than 100 words. (Even shorter than this post.) But there are three misspellings and seven instances of decidedly-dodgy grammar. There is also one sentence that could mean … well … just about anything. Or, quite possibly, nothing at all. Who can tell?
I’m afraid any confidence that I may have had in the company is disappearing faster than a very small puddle on a hot summer’s day.
I think there may be a lesson here. – Jack Scrivano