Yes, it is ambiguous. You could mean, “Your answer is not good.” Or you could mean “I don’t think you are a good answerer.”
The difference between these two should be obvious.
[QUOTE=reader1;1265395]That’s really ridiculous. I couldn’t imagine from where you take up this words.
english maybe your mother tongue, I can also find grammar matter in your words. fo cause, sometimes theyare typo, other times you may get use to it without notice that.[/quote]
Everyone makes mistakes. Making an error in spelling or grammar happens every now and then. But that’s not you. For you, it’s far harder to find a sentence that’s correct than to find one that’s incorrect.
Most of your statements are difficult to understand, either due to poor word choice, poor grammar, or just not providing sufficient information to understand what you’re talking about. That makes deciphering your posts take longer.
[QUOTE=reader1;1265395]I remember said to a guy once, this is free forum, if you would be an enthusiast, you could help other by your capability.
none enforces you to reply this or that. if we don’t think you are right, we can argue until we reach a solution.
Where is time-waste?[/quote]
The “time-waste” would be the “we can argue until we reach a solution” part. You know, what we’re doing right now. That’s not productive.
Here’s an example of a good question from a non-native English speaker. He provides enough information to know what he’s talking about in his initial post. He clearly took the time to make sure that his English was reasonably correct. And he attempted to understand the problem on his own before asking us about it, with a handy link to the subject of discussion.
There was no need to have a back-and-forth discussion to discover what he’s talking about. Nobody had to ask him for additional information. He asked a good, solid question, and therefore, he could get a good, solid answer (I hope) without people having to spend time asking him to clarify what he’s talking about.
That’s a productive use of time.
By comparison, here is one of your threads. It takes 8 posts and a full day of time before it has become clear what you’re even asking for. If you’d just asked the question better to begin with, all of that could have been avoided.
Therefore, it was not a productive use of time.