Supposedly, you are not to end a sentence with a preposition, but that rule
may be broken in some instances. However, when it comes to the word "at", it
should not be broken, on most cases.
Is this where we are at? My name is not AT.
Where are you at? Ditto above.
What is wrong with the word at? O.K., that one may work!
Another example: where did you get that at? What is an AT?
Of course, I just broke my own rule by using AT at the end of my answers. Does
anyone see my point? Or should I go back in to the shadows to lurk again? :)
>===== Original Message From Woody Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org> =====
>Is this where we are at ?
>Where are you at ?
>What is wrong with the word at ?
>Why should we not end a sentence with the word at ?
> Woody in KC
>Don't get upset, I'm just in a joking mood.