From: Glenn Schrader (gschrad_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-02 15:41:41
Edward Diener wrote:
> Javier Estrada wrote:
>> I missed this typo in
>> This is is a sketch of the directory structure you'll end up
>> Should read:
>> This is a sketch of the directory structure you'll end up with:
> Actually I believe the grammatically correct English is:
> "This is a sketch of the directory structure up with which you will end."
> but I think one can get away with this:
> "This is a sketch of the directory structure with which you will end up."
> I was humorously taught in school ( attributed to Winston Churchill ):
> "Putting a preposition at the end of a sentence is something up with
> which I will not put."
> but perhaps we can relax Churchill's dictum for the sake of Boost <g>
Have a look at http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/churchill.html for some
background on this. There seem to be quite a view variations on what he
to have said.
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