My favorite mistakes made by English learners are word order and misspellings, because those errors result in the BEST sentences EVER, like those I received from my students, as follows:
(writing about his favorite food, King crab)
I LOVE TO EAT CRAP.
Word order mistake:
(writing about placing a purse behind her)
I WANT IT IN MY BEHIND.
Needless to say, these sentences totally made my day, and I think I got some weird high from holding my breath long enough to suppress busting out laughing.
I luv teechen Englush.
**Liability Release** I am in NO WAY mocking those who are trying to learn another language, or putting down Koreans at all. EVER. That's not what I'm about. This is comedic only, so get over it. I get laughed at aplenty when I try to properly pronounce "dong", which is a Korean name (Dong) and also means" neighborhood" and "poop", depending on pronunciation (Dong vs. deong vs. dang). I frequently pronounce it as "poop" on accident.
Well, shit (dong), at least I try!
...is moving to South Korea to teach English, fulfilling a dream of many years.