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  1. Pootie
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    Me and my friend got into a debate

    Can you end a sentence with the word at? eg: Where do you work at?, Where did you buy the shirt at?

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    Re: Me and my friend got into a debate

    There's no need to do so in those examples, but you can do it:
    Which point did you leave at? (less formal)
    At which point did you leave? (more formal)

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    Re: Me and my friend got into a debate

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    In fact, sometimes it is all but mandatory:

    What are you looking at?
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