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    banshee Guest

    Default old expresson

    Regarding the prevention of ending a sentence with the preposition "at".....
    I am wondering about an expression of correction that does not make sense to me. It is when a first person says, "Where is it at?" and a second person says "Between the T and the H." as a correction to the first person. Even corrected to "Where is that?" or "Where is it?", there is never anything between the T and the H......??

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    susiedqq is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: old expresson

    "Where is it at?" and a second person says "Between the T and the H."

    I have only seen it as:
    "Where is it at?" and a second person says "Between the A and the T."

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