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    Cool Preposition at the end

    Hello!

    We say:

    -Who did you go with?

    -What are you doing this for?

    -Where did you fly to?

    Do we say:

    -For how long?

    or

    -How long for?

    Thank you
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    Re: Preposition at the end

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    -Who did you go with? -What are you doing this for? -Where did you fly to?

    All fine

    Do we say:

    -For how long? We can do. or -How long for? Probably more natural
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