Prepositions at the end of every sentence. Why do people talk like that?
What happened with the grammatically correct way of doing so?
If I talk to a friend or someone the grammatically correct way, would I sound like a weirdo? Haha. Just curious about it.Thanks for the answers. Sorry for not being clear enough. These are examples of what I meant:
"Hey! I have found something you may be interested in!"
Instead of: "I have found something in which you may be interested!"
Which door do I leave from?
Instead of: From which door do I leave?
This is from Two and a Half Men:
Alan: Jake, why did you flip Miss Pasternak off?
Pasternak: Excuse me. We don't end our sentences with prepositions. We say, "Why did you flip off Miss Pasternak?"
I've read that NOT ending phrases with prepositions if supposed to be "classy" or it denotes grammar education, somehow. But I'm not a native speaker. That's why I'm asking. Thanks again.