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Fornecker 1 Benjamin Fornecker Dr. Greenidge-Copprue February 2, 2006 The Importance of Using Proper Language In everyday speech, kids in today’s society tend to misuse the English language by ending sentences with prepositions and using profanity where it is unnecessary. Age can, although it is not always, be the reason for such mistakes in speaking. When kids talk to each other, they have a tendency to speak in an ill-mannered way, causing such people as Ernest Hemingway and Charles Dickens to turn over in their graves. Both writers were great men that conveyed a sense of astuteness in their various works. The English language originated from a combination of other languages. Over time, words seemed to change and people began to adopt the language we now know as English. Since English has been developed, the way in which it is spoken has drastically changed as people, mostly young kids, have butchered the language with their slang. The rules of grammar state that a sentence cannot end in a preposition. Instead, a sentence
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