I visited a site. Native English speaking forum boards.
Here are a few sentences whose grammar I don't understand.
I've got that it is a bit Irish Hiberno-English but bit not as well..
It's so the can charge government depts extra for the "new language"
Please explain this in bold.
Hiberno-English is quite different from what they speak over in England.
For a start , especially the start of words, we don't get mixed up with 'f' and 's' and don't drop 'h'
at the other end of the scale we have a lot more Nobel prizes for literature per capita than other English speaking countries
There have only been three, and two of them ****ed off out of Ireland the first chance they got. This in bold as well.
aren't you forgetting George Bernard Shaw ?
No, I'm including him as he emigrated to London before he started writing. I'm 'forgetting' Seamus Heaney as he's from the UK.
Should he have used had emigrated instead or I don't understand grammar or it is a new kind of grammar I haven't heard about?
Do native English speakers care for proper grammar actually?