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Is it to help them fit in? I cant end a sentence with a preposition like "in". I decided to change it to, "Is it to hlp them fit in with everyone else?" what do you guys think?

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Is it to help them fit in?
asked Jul 03 '13 at 16:06 Sylvia Castillo New member

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Fit in is a phrasal verb.  There is nothing wrong in ending a sentence with "in". 

link comment answered Jul 03 '13 at 16:09 Sanjay Expert
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The idea of not having a preposition at the end of a sentence smacks of Latin (purist) snobbery, in fact. As Sanjay pointed out, there's nothing wrong with it! '

link comment answered Jul 03 '13 at 22:25 Ahmad Barnard Expert

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