Preposition Overload

Preposition Overload can be defined as the superfluous use of prepositions. These are not always obvious. For example the sentence: “Where is the party at?”. In this sentence, “at” is not needed; the sentence “Where is the party?” makes perfect sense without the preposition.


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Last updated: 12/15/2017
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