use preposition in a sentence.
British English requires the preposition.
That loops between philosophy and preposition.
Lisp:(sat(mat preposition(article 'cat ('the))))
How long have your questions a preposition ended with?
The original and the version with the added preposition are both correct.
I wish that had said:"Prepositions are okay to end sentences with.
Insurgents do not attack prepositioned listening posts.
Personally, I find 'dangling prepositions' fine in spoken English, because intonation can overcome their awkwardness.
It's always possible to avoid having a preposition be the thing that a sentence ends with.
That doesn't solve anything - "to" is still a preposition and the "Who" in your sentence should still be "Whom".
Sure, but an idiomatic translation of the genitive expression would probably drop prepositions entirely and say "Latin language course".
One should also remember that not all languages use so many prepositions.
It can take a preposition, but only in the passive form.
Also:* A preposition is something you should not end a sentence with.