The "rule" about not ending a sentence with a preposition has always
been, in fact, a style choice - not a rule of grammar. AFAIK most
modern style guides do not support this "rule." (Same for several
other "rules" we were taught in school.)
On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 4:45 AM Dan Lewis <email@example.com> wrote:
This is going quicker than I thought. I have uploaded chapter 1 to the
feedback folder. Changes logged into the guide status.
I made one minor change concerning whether a sentence should end with a
preposition. In high school, this was a no-no. (OK, this was 60 years
ago.) What is the more modern thought about this?
Samatha: I liked your thoroughness for chapters 0 & 1.
On 7/21/20 10:46, Samantha Hamilton wrote:
I have uploaded the Contributors' Guide, Chapter 0 (Front Matter) and
Chapter 1 to the Feedback folder. I have taken Chapters 2 and 3 for review
and will have them back by Friday at the latest. All changes are noted on
Have a great day!
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