New topic to be included in Aviation ground schools.

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I have been reading this threads for the past few years and came to a conclusion.

Writing and talking with the correct grammar should be mandatory to become a professional pilot. I see some things here that really shock me. I know pilots are just required to fly the plane and writing with correct grammar are just secondary things, but come on people, we need to be professional in every sense. If you are not sure how to spell something please go to spell check.

I’m not trying to put down anybody, we all make mistakes, but if we all write correctly we can start improving the quality of people seating in front of the controls. You can look professional but if you write and speak like a 10 year old you are not going to be able to build trust on your passengers and colleagues.



This is just my opinion.
 

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Look at your first sentence.

and...."seating in front of the controls"

I always thought you built trust "in" your passengers not on them

See anything wrong?
 
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fly4'em said:
I have been reading this threads for the past few years and came to a conclusion.
Might also wanna proofread buddy.
 

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fly4'em said:
I have been reading this threads for the past few years and came to a conclusion.

Awsome! Have you been reading that there threads.
 

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How dare you!!! I don't need to use corect gramer or punktuaton to fly the aeroplane!!!
 

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fly4'em said:
I’m not trying to put down anybody, we all make mistakes, but if we all write correctly we can start improving the quality of people seating in front of the controls.
LOL!!!!!
 

BE200Driver

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no. You just need to do a ground refresher in your opinion.
 

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fly4'em said:
I have been reading this threads for the past few years and came to a conclusion.

Writing and talking with the correct grammar should be mandatory to become a professional pilot.
Did you mean "Writing and speaking...."

Imagine that, pilot's being expected to perform at a high school level, it'll never happen.

PS. Enjoy the impending feeding frenzy
 
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BE200Driver

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What is this High School thing Iron? LOL
 

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fly4'em said:
....we all make mistakes...
I never said I'm an english teacher either, but at least you should know how to read.
 

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fly4'em said:
I never said I'm an english teacher either.......

Isn't that past tense and present tense in the same sentence? LOL Couldn't resist.
 

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That is correct, I wrote the thread in the past and I'm not an English teacher in the present.
 

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