Sunday, August 26, 2007

Where it's [not] at.

In my humble grammarphile opinion, the only person that can get away with ending a sentence with the preposition at is the musician Beck, because "Where It's At" truly is a kickass song. In any other instances of ending a sentence with the word at, you either sound totally ghetto or completely awkward. The above is an example of the latter.

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