As a native speaker of English, I can confirm this is actually English. Try reading "On the Road" by Jack Kerouac for an alternative take on the English language. It may broaden your understanding of a very complicated language, few master, including me.
That may well be the case. However, I've already explained why the title is ungrammatical, and why I suspect that the OP may not necessarily be a native speaker. I may be wrong, but I am right to suspect this. I'm not going to repeat my previous posts. I believe that my understanding of English is already more than adequate, but thanks all the same.
Whenever I see a post made by a prospective "English teacher", it never ceases to amaze me just how bad their grammar or spelling is. The standard of English demonstrated by Polish natives like JustysiaS bring complete and utter shame upon these guys!
Are you teachers by any chance?
Well, I do hold a teaching qualification, and I teach occasionally as part of my job. But I am not, have never claimed to be, and do not intend ever becoming a teacher. Especially not a teacher of English. I have never claimed to have "mastered" English (or Polish), either, and I know that my English is not perfect.
Anyway, this is off-topic, so I'm keeping off this thread from now on.