“I don’t know where to begin,” Dis Connect complained to Grammar Smith.
He pointed to a stack of warrants on his desk.
“What are those about?” Grammar asked.
“They’re Over Exposure Warrants for a bunch of prepositions. I’m supposed to get them out of the sentences they keep popping up in where they shouldn’t.”
“Well, tell me what you have.”
“There are tons, but there are a few prepositions that are frequent offenders. Take of for instance. It tags along with off. Then it’s always shoving have out of the picture to hook up with could and should.”
“Yes, I’ve seen the trouble of can sometimes cause. What other problem prepositions do you have there?”
“To is another one that keeps butting in where it doesn’t belong. It seems to dog near and go a lot.”
“Hmmm,” Grammar mused. “That’s a bit tricky since to has to appear…
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