Questions with prepositions at the end

Questions with Prepositions at the End

Hi, dear readers! Are you having a problem understanding or making questions which end with a preposition? For example: WHO do you go WITH? Or WHERE do you come FROM? These are some of the easier ones, but my students hardly ever understand that it means WITH WHO did you go? and FROM WHERE do you come (originate). These questions are a bit tricky, especially if the sentence is long. But let’s look at some typical questions with prepositions at the end so you can understand them better.

Double Comparatives

Double Comparatives

I’m sure you know what double comparatives are and you see or hear this kind of expression all the time but you just don’t recognize them by the name. It’s very simple and easy to learn the structure so I’ll teach you so you can enjoy using them as if you were a native speaker.
So-called double comparatives are structures that employ two parallel clauses to express cause and effect.