The CIA began searching for a Russian-speaking experts and have a mistake in your native language
U.S. intelligence decided to look for footage among College graduates who speak Russian. Ad Agency published in its official Twitter account.
“You know Russian language? You are a U.S. citizen with a bachelor’s degree? Are you interested in serving his country? Visit our website to know details about the vacancies or opportunities for students,” — said in a tweet. The communication was supplemented with a Cyrillic inscription, “you speak Russian?”.
It is noteworthy that the ad in English spelled wrong. Users pointed out that the phrase “Are you an US citizen with a college degree?” used the indefinite article “an”, although the rules should be “a” because the first sound of the next word [ju:] is a consonant.
The CIA periodically puts these ads on employment. So, in September of 2017 the secret service was looking for a man for the position of officer-linguist, enticing offer to participate in “uncovering the truth”.