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The first sentence does end with a preposition; however, it reads and sounds much more natural than the second sentence. It is also acceptable to end a sentence with a preposition when using a phrasal verb.What are some examples of sentences that end in a preposition?
Several English idioms and colloquial expressions end in prepositions. When you put the expressions at the end of a sentence, the sentence therefore ends in a preposition. For example: What'd you do that for? Let your sister come along. Thanks for stopping by! The decorations are all set up . Tucker needs to calm down.Should you begin a sentence with a preposition?
When you start a sentence with a prepositional phrase, it's usually a good idea to put a comma after it (as in the examples above). In general, the longer the prepositional phrase, the more you need the comma.