Some people think that sentences should not end in a preposition. While it is true that many sentences can be improved by following this rule, there are other places where it does not work well.
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Three places where it may work better to end a sentence with a preposition are (1) in passive expressions or sentences, (2) relative clauses, and (3) questions including a verb that links to a preposition.
Examples of places where a sentence might be written better with a preposition:
- Oxford Dictionaries Online regarding Ending sentences with prepositions.