Of course, I understand that the nature of the Internet means that a given person is not necessarily fluent in the English Language. But what I don't understand is how people can mangle a simple question.
How do I go from X to Y?
As questions go, this kind of question is quite an important one to be able to ask. And yet, more often than not, I see this instead:
How to go from X to Y
It looks more like a heading that's about to be followed by an explanation, not a question.
The strange thing is, though, is that so many people make this error. It's not like other mistakes that vary from person to person based on their own knowledge, it's like an epidemic: Either the person knows how to ask the question in its proper form, or they use the exact erroneous form shown here.
One thing I've noticed is that often a person will try to directly use their own language's sentence structure when speaking/writing in a foreign language. But in all the languages I know, none of them have this kind of sentence structure.
Where does this malformation come from?