What a strange sentence
Maybe it's part of a cognitive test that someone passed? :P
Yes, but it's not really strange. It seems a joke.
After witnessing the traffic in Saigon, I think anyone riding a bicycle should be congratulated every day they survive.
Does this sentence mean something different if you leave out "một"?
No, it doesn't change the meaning of the sentence.
Why is the 'một' enforced here, when it's not enforced--indeed, punished--for things like
'anh ấy không phải là người phù hợp cho nhóm của chúng tôi'?
Seems to me that suitable people are just as singular as bicycle accidents.
I still don't completely understand the nuances around when không phải is required rather than just không
Is it means ?
Can "Cái đó" be used instead of "Đó"?