Hello,Originally Posted by HotWombat
Nice to meet you! :D
Well, firstly, if you have a chance to read through some of the old posts on this forum, you'll notice that we all at one time or another disagree with each other. :) Words like "agree" and "disagree" are often used, not to mention coupled with additional suggestions regarding the query in the original post. On this particular forum, I've noticed that people debate the suggestions and not the character of the people who post them. The result on this board is that learning does in fact take place inside the communication of ideas.
Secondly, it has been my experience that the moderators on this board can take care of themselves. :wink: I have found them to be professional and empathetic in their responses, not to mention humble in admitting when they are wrong, and they do it with grace and style.
If I were in your shoes, I would communicate my disagreement in the form of alternative suggestions that focus on the grammar point in question. I'd do it as a means of demonstrating how looking at something from a different angle/point of view provides added food for thought, and subsequently generates understanding and learning.
All the best,
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