Re: How Long Before Common Usage Becomes the Rule?
I believe that what he actually said is along these lines:
"Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with
which I will not put."
"Mark L. Levinson" wrote:
> Or, as Churchill said, "Never end a sentence with a preposition,
> unless you want to."
I doubt it. Churchill would have known that "to" is not a
preposition in that sentence.
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