Sunday, March 3, 2013

For what is that good?

Nah... "Go Ahead, Put That Preposition At The End"

"Good for" is an idiom and is not divided.


Helena said...

I know my characters are becoming real when they take over sometimes and tell the story themselves and not in the way I had planned.

Or maybe that's schizophrenia, in which case I'm in trouble.

Helena said...

Oh, and the comment about characters should've gone in the next post. As for Churchill -- he might have said that for fun. I read somewhere that the whole no-preposition-at-the-end-of-a-sentence actually comes from Latin grammar rules, not English. So I end my sentences any dang way I feel.