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Grammar

Misused Words

If you want to know what are some of the most common misused words currently, you can go here. Otherwise it might be fun to visit Grammarly which can have some cute catches of misused words by people.
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Sentences and Prepositions

Bob has a better memory and understanding of English grammar than I do. What I was exposed to was not absorbed to the level of sticking with me. Many times he reminds me you should not end a sentence with a preposition. Well, this rule overall is full of hooey. Just see what Churchill thought of this.

A great man once said, “This is the sort of English up with which I will not put.” “

Read about it here and see where definitely one can use prepositions at the end of a sentence.

“As for today, according to the Oxford Dictionaries, there are four primary types of sentences where it sounds more natural to end a sentence with a preposition:

Infinitive: Joe had no one to go with.
Who, what, where type questions: What song were you listening to?
Passive: The cat was let in.
Relative clauses: That’s the man she lived with.”
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