Prepositions at the end of a sentence..

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I am trying to a apply for summer classes at a college here in California. I want to build up as much pros as possible for when I apply to college when I finish high school. This sentence is in one of my answers to a posed question on my application but grammarly thinks it should be reworded because it has "about" at the end. Since "about" is a preposition, it isn't considered correct apparently but I don't know how to reword it. If someone could help me asap, that would be great because the application is due tomorrow at 5 pm. and I would like to have it finished today so I have less to worry about. Thank you so much. :)

p.s.: just in case it doesn't show up as an example, here is the sentence: "The trip opened my eyes to what amazing topics there are in the world, to be learned about." and I, though grammarly didn't say anything about it, am a little worried about the coma I inputted. Is it correct? Should it be moved or removed? Once again, thank you so much! :)

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The trip opened my eyes to what amazing topics there are in the world, to be learned about.
asked Feb 22 '13 at 00:07 Michelle Silva New member

I could simply take out the word "about" but then.. I feel like the sentence is not quite at the level of my capabilities. Any ideas?

Michelle SilvaFeb 22 '13 at 00:55

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