So people keep saying ending a sentence with a preposition in English is wrong but only pedants care about it

Is it wrong? I was taught in school it's correct

@socks This source says that ending a sentence with a preposition is allowed. Ultimately, like many official grammar rules, it seems like this idea comes out of a prescriptive attitude towards language (saying how language should be spoken) rather than simply describing how people use their language.

I think at most, enough people know and follow this fake rule though that if you want to be taken seriously in formal settings, then you may want to avoid it anyway.

merriam-webster.com/words-at-p

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