Posts Tagged ‘offer’

UPDATE: Today, we received this seemingly-related job notice:

“Join the fast developing company with a lot of perspectives”

Nice to know there are some open-minded, omni-thinking companies out there :-).

Recently, we were cruising the job boards …

Came across this offer:

“Join a perspective company”

So, would this be an architectural firm that employs a technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships on a flat surface?

And, if one were to apply, would that make one a prospective perspective?

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GrammarSpammers are at it again.

Here’s an excerpt from what we think is supposed to be a job offer:

“The following report, originally requested by the primal applicant …”

What comes to your mind?

Here’s what came to ours:


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“I get an unusual amount of people offering me MLM, etc.” Should be: number

Since individual persons (people) can be counted, use the word “number” to refer to quantity. Now, we could turn this sentence around to properly use the word “amount” … “I get an unusual amount of MLM offered to me by people …”

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