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Alexander Аkimovдобавил заметку 3 months ago

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grumblerдобавил комментарий 3 months ago

чушь какая-то
Меня разные учителя учили имменно, что правильнее ствить предлог в конце.

•-<(||=ULY=||)>- •добавил комментарий 3 months ago

I agree with everything in that article. We do constantly put prepositions at the end of sentences. The only thing I don't agree with is the example: Where are you going *to*? This sounds unnatural to my ear because WHERE means both где and куда, so it's more natural to ask: Where are you going?

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