I just received this message from my spell check:
“End-of-Sentence Preposition (consider revising)”
First time I’ve ever seen it.
I am thrilled.
I so appreciate that spell check cares about this rule.
So many people don’t even know that you never ever end a sentence with a preposition.
In my day, ending a sentence with “of” or “under” (and don’t even get me started on “Where are you at?”) would have unleashed the terrors of a tiny little woman with a hawkish nose whose raison d’être was to insure that we gals grew up to be well read, well-bred, young women.
And part of the was to have impeccable grammar.
And to have read Pride and Prejudice.
Anyway, thank you spell check.
The best part is that this is the first time I’ve ever seen it so that wiry little old lady did her job.