Preposition Proposition

Sometimes I need to end my sentences with a preposition.

And I’m not alone.

I think it’s time they revise that rule. And while “they” are at it, they should do something about capitalization. it’s pointless.

in fact, it sometimes creates confusion due to the “lowercase L” / “capital i” similarity.

see? even to properly explain that example, i had to use reverse capitalization so that you would know which letter i was referring to.

(and there’s your preposition, by the way…)

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