Re: Writing test Fridays
On principle, I wouldn't mind if more tech writers were a little more
grounded in grammar. Seriously.
Really seriously? Language comes with baggage, and we do need to schlep a lot of it around, but we rightly and seriously ignore the baggage that comes out of nowhere.
So being aware there might be a problem
ending a sentence with a preposition is a good thing
This rule is not based on much of anything. John Dryden apparently made it up in 1627.
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