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Can a preposition be what you end a sentence with? Merriam-Webster says yes

An authority on the English language has set us free from the tethers of what many have long regarded as a grammatical no-no. Or has it? The answer depends on how you side with a declaration from Merriam-Webster: “It is permissible in English for a preposition to be what you end a sentence with,” the …

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