Preposition at the end of the sentence- correction?
Is this sentence correct? I have read that a prepostion at the end of a sentence should be avoided. Thanks.
The fear of change makes the Serbian immigrants less interested in changing living environment or jobs that they are not satisfied with.
The sentence is correct. You CAN end a sentence with a preposition, but some more traditional writers still think otherwise. So, if you are writing for a formal situation and you don't know the expectations of your audience, I suggest moving the preposition.
The fear of change makes the Serbian immigrants less interested in changing living environment or jobs with which they are not satisfied.
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