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Subject:Re: awkward sentence -- preposition at end From:Jane Lorenzen <haneford -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 21 Jul 1999 11:40:05 -0400
"Your access rights determine which company profiles you can read and
> "Your access rights determine which company profiles you have read
> access to."
> I know that ending a sentence in a preposition isn't necessarily a
> sin (well, not to everyone), and frankly I think the sentence seems
> with the "to which" construction, but it still seems "off" to me.
> sentence is intended to mean that user's will have limited access
> profiles based on their "access rights". The second "access" is
> redundant, but I'm just stuck.
haneford -at- yahoo -dot- com
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