I rolled your edit back, for exactly the reasons George Cummins and Wooble said in the question's comments: it introduced grammatical errors to the post and was approved while I was reviewing it, so my reject vote failed. I didn't have the patience to go through and edit the question myself.
Regarding getting a notification when an edit is rolled back, I'm at best ambivalent about it. It would be useful in the case of helpful users, such as yourself, who want to sharpen their editing skills. However, there are a few problems with this idea.
Getting notifications about rollbacks will greatly increase the likelihood of edit wars. This, I think, is probably reason enough not to issue notifications of rollbacks.
Another problem is that for the most common workflow (edit post > click rollback on a previous version), the edit comment is "rollback to revision X". This doesn't tell you why the rollback happened, so the notification wouldn't provide any information beyond "someone with 2000+ rep thought your edit was inappropriate". I suppose there's the possibility of requiring comments with rollbacks, but I predict a lot of users' being annoyed by the extra requirement and writing nothing other than "rollback" in the text field. Certainly not all of them would do that, though.