Stick to what you know, PLEASE!
I'm really saddened and disappointed by the way some people write! A few have an AMAZING talent to write in one language or another. Yet some insist on making posts in languages that are alien to them. Losing the meaning, idea and the reader in the process. I just can't help but think, why? Why do the wrong thing when you're fluent or even FANTASTIC in the other?!
I'm sorry to say this but this is my way of giving feedback without mentioning names or blogs or anything
Many people are talented enough to write. Some are talented to write in one specific language but not the other. I would understand if they chose to write exclusively in one, and maybe making some posts every now and then with the other language. But insisting on writing in a very poor style, not worthy of a 7th grader really makes me sad
I don't know how not to make this sound like a harsh criticism but, I don't want it to be criticism, to the contrary, I want it to be feedback, something that helps.
If you're fluent in Arabic, go ahead, write in Arabic, you don't even need to write in Classical Arabic (Fus7a). And if you're fluent in English or can only type in English, then go ahead and write in English, unlock everything in your soul and allow your talent to fly!
But if you're fluent in Arabic and inadequate in English, DON'T insist on writing in English! It's painful to read sometimes, and many are tempted to correct EVERY WORD, and EVERY Sentence, and every paragraph!
Many people think in Arabic and write in English, we get it because we also think in Arabic, or might have at a certain point in time. But many, especially native English speakers get extremely confused with what they're reading. It doesn't make any sense to them!
My advice, and I hope it's taken as an advice and not criticism, stick to what you know. If you're trying to learn something new, consult someone with better command in the language to revise and correct what you're typing so that you get to learn as you continue to do it.
Just DON'T force yourself to write in a language that you really can't write with!