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Perfect Prepositions … Where They At?

And other things not to end your sentences with

Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash


If you write, “Where’s my phone at?” you’ll be instantly tagged as a rube or a not-so-fine writer or possibly a “guest” on a reality TV show.

That’s because you ended your sentence with a preposition, a distinct no-no in the world of fine…




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