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RE: Will I be Arrested if I End a Sentence with a Preposition?


From: LeAnn Escoffre (lescoffre_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 24 2003 - 06:28:08 PDT

hooray linda...

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Subject: Re: Will I be Arrested if I End a Sentence with a Preposition?

MY pet peeve:
Please get over the pet peeves about editing in this forum...we're all
in a hurry to read all of these great emails, respond quickly and get on
with it. I truly don't care if someone puts at at the end of a sentence
of mispells something in this forum. It's not a term paper, or a
magazine article, an evaluation, or whatever. I don't TRY to misspell
or use incorrect grammer, but in the dash of spontanaeity and almost
stream of consciousness writing that makes this group the fabulous group
that it is, it MIGHT happen! I'd hate to think that anyone in this
group would feel uptight about posting anything because they don't want
to feel like they are being edited! That's the thing I love most about
this group is feeling VERY comfortable with each other. Kapiche? (Did
I spell that correctly, lol?) Love y'all if you can spell or not! Do
you see what I'm getting at?