Glad to hear that you're all not systemically Britophobic, even if it is 'our' language you're wrecking (your words).
I will admit that I used to get hot under the collar when I saw provincial mangling of (as we Limeys or Poms like to call it) "Queen's English", but I now try to celebrate the inevitable evolutionary development of our language, and instead try to see it as an enriching process. Is that attitude defeatist or progressive? I'm still unsure.
Eloquence is a very different skill from (than?) practising correct grammar, and much prettier.


"Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'intrate" - 'Abandon all hope, ye who enter'.
Dante (Durante degli) Alighieri, "La Divina Commedia", "Inferno", c 1308-1321