You raise some interesting points. First that comes to mind is a question: Why do some Americans say "look at the floor" when they're outside and mean "look at the ground?" It's annoying.

However, it all boils down to your audience. I am okay reading content from various writers across the globe. However, if you're going to write in English, the sentences should flow properly. Should you write in non-native languages? Sure, but understand if you're writing does not flow properly, you won't gain the native audience.

Your words flow well, here. But any broken sentences - written by native English speakers or not - are lost on the reader.

Don't sweat it. Most of us native English speakers appreciate EVERYONE. However, we're only going to read what makes sense to us. If it doesn't make sense, the editors haven't done their job.

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