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Prepositions at the Ends of Sentences

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  • This reminds me of one of my favorite jokes…
    It seems a man was visiting Harvard, and stopped a student to ask a question,
    “Excuse me, but can you tell me where the library is at?”
    The student sniffed, and replied “A Harvard man knows that you NEVER end a sentence with a preposition”
    To which the man replied, “Let me rephrase my request. Can you tell me where the library is, Jackass?”

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