preposition at end of sentence
Can someone suggest an alternative sentence structure for the passage below? thanks
the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health aims to develop a consistent description of workplace violence with the research institutions it partners with.
A preposition at the end of a sentence is not always wrong, but in this case it is awkward and should be rewritten. The sentence also suffers from placing a modifying phrase too far from what it modifies. Also, sentences always start with a capitalized word.
"The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, with its partner research institutions, aims to develop a consistent description of workplace violence."
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