No problems. I know it was an error of words from you. No problems. I haven't taken it personally. Actually my main aim is to tell members that to be good in English, they must avoid those basic mistakes. I just notified so that people will take care of it in the future. We want perfection and we want to help all members only. That is why we have the English section since many might lack in perfect English but it is always nice to have a helping hand for it.
And there's a thing, nobody's perfect but you need to make a conscious effort to make sure it is not repeated. Yes, I must accept the fact that my English is not perfect but then again the term goes nobody is perfect. You can be 99.9% flawless but you will still have the 0.1% to complete which always remains a void. So no problems. I also thought twice about writing the response because I knew some will not like it but just to tell members what their small minute mistakes are, I posted it so that the next time when they try to post anything, they make a conscious effort to prevent it. I have learnt that way myself. And I just pointed out basic mistakes like some formatting error and SMS and chat lingo. These are errors which should really be avoided since it might cost some people Jobs as they might tend to write in their CVs. I see all these tips in the newspaper.
And the 'alongwith' thing, I really need some help regarding this. In school, I used to know that they are written together but after I had started using computers, I realised that they are separate. Still, old mistakes come back to haunt you. I will try to correct this in the future. Thanks for pointing it out Puneet.
Also, regarding my sentence above, it seems to be correct since it is 'has a prefect grammar' and not 'has perfect grammar'. I think this is fine. If I use 'have' I will have to remove the 'a'. That will make it better. But overall, I think there isn't any problem with the grammar unless I am missing an important link.