English Teacher Corrects Trump Letter With Mistakes And Sends It Back To The White House

May 29, 2018 16:27

Yvonne Mason is a retired English teacher from Atlanta, who has been working for more than 17 years. After so many years in a school, she couldn’t resist correcting mistakes when she got a letter from the White House. It turned out the letter from the president barely passed and there were numerous grammatical mistakes in it.

In the recent interview with the South Carolina’s Greenville News, Yvonne Mason said:

If it had been written in middle school, I’d give it a C or C-plus. If it had been written in high school, I’d give it a D.

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After correcting all mistakes in the letter, which included Mr. Trump’s signature, Yvonne Mason decided not to put a specific grade, and sent it back to the president.

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The teacher suggests the letter was written not by the president himself, but by an assistant. Nevertheless, the woman claims it is unacceptable to send official letters with such a big number of grammatical mistakes.

She said:

When you get letters from the highest level of government, you expect them to be at least mechanically correct.

We hope that the White House staff will be more attentive when writing official letters next time.

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