Is Language the only Criteria to judge the knowledge of a person or his article ??
I received comment from a person saying "I would be frank your English is Terrible" So I would like to know that is it not possible that a person may have a lot of in depth knowledge which can be a good quality content in an article but is not good at expressing the same in English language. If not than how come a great mathematician from India "Srinivasa Ramanujan" ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srinivasa_Ramanujan ) who had almost no knowledge of English language but his love for numbers was more than enough to express his knowledge. Please share your thoughts on the same.
HubPages is a writing site, and part of what you agreed to when you signed up was to write in English. If your English is poor, you should either find a site with less stringent rules, or improve your writing skills.
It doesn't matter if you have good ideas if you can't express them in a way that allows people to understand them. If you can't do that in English, HubPages probably isn't the place for you.
So if you are having a great skill in writing in English but have a very low knowledge or ideas you can be a good writer?? What I mean to say is both are equally important and that English language skill should not be only criteria to judge article
That's some flawed logic. If your Hub is poorly researched or not original, you'll get flagged for quality, just like you do when your English is bad. You have to write a well thought out Hub using correct English to do well on HP.
Okay let's see my future.. Will stay in touch with you and would like to end it with a famous quote "A professional writer is an amateur who didn't quit"
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