Preposition at the end of a sentence

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Does anyone have a suggestion on how to reword this sentence so that it does not end with "on"? "The coaches of the team were assigning positios for the halftime performance that they would soon be working on"

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The coaches of the team were assigning positions for the halftime performance that they would soon be working on.
asked Jun 03 '12 at 18:58 Candis New member

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Previous answer is spot on. I know. I ended with a preposition. It's ok here. Spot on is really a predicate adjective, not a preposition in this case!

link comment answered Jun 04 '12 at 20:40 smsretiree New member

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