Salam and Hi all.
I hope you are doing well.
Lemme straight to the point.
English is not our native language, isn't it?
Few grammatical flaws would be okay if your reader/listener have the meaning of what you're saying - unless you're dealing with essay, formal speeches etc.
Well sometimes there is insufferable grammar people. I would like to call them grammar police.
For me as a blogger, I think when your meaning is understood, perfect grammar isn't necessary. But, but it is important to keep it to a minimum. Minimum!
I'm not saying about writing an essay or any formal thingy. I'm saying about blog post to be clear.
I always find errors when I read my published blog post - to be honest.
I swear sometimes I'm so lazy to correct it immediately. So I just leave it tho, I realized the mistakes I made.
Yes my grammar might not be perfect.
I always wanted you to get and focus on what I want to deliver - the message not about the grammar.
If you want to focus on my grammar, would you give a paper and let me write an essay?
No offense and I really don't care -,-
What you should do if someone corrects your grammar on your blog post:
(1) Correct your text.
(2) Thanks them and leave it.
You don't even have to apologize in advance for your grammar imperfections.
It's not about you tho, it's all about grammar police who is the real fan of English I think - so just chill and make the change.
Life is too short to be sad.
No one will assume you're dumb anyway.
Remember this: if someone want to help you improve your English, they will be showing you the errors but not in public. Not in public.
Yes your grammar can be polished by grammar police btw.
Otherwise, they just can't see any incorrect things because they are perfect - not like you! Ahaks!
Keep growing and learning - be confident!