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[–] Thisismyvoatusername 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

You are probably on to something there. In a lot of languages the preposition for both to and on is the same. The same goes for from and of. I’ll bet she isn’t a native English speaker. She probably thinks her English is better than it really is and the people (if any) who proofread and edit for her are no better.

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[–] Inconceivable2 [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Thanks for mentioning that, I learned something which is always good.

It reminds me of my expat friend from Hawaii (USA), he always says "Aloha" when he greets me at the pub and also "Aloha" when one of us has to leave. He said it's the same word for both hello and goodbye. But he speaks the local lingo far better than I so that's where the comparison ends hehe.

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[–] Inconceivable2 [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

the people (if any) who proofread and edit for her are no better

^ this I think is the saddest part.