One shouldn't split infinitives, right? (To boldly go, anyone...?)
Or end a sentence with a preposition? ("This is the sort of English up with which I will not put.")
And everyone knows you shouldn't start a sentence with "And", or that "dinner is done and people are finished" and that "Hopefully" it is "children who are reared and crops that are raised..."
Right or wrong?
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And I really can say "My last book is entitled Song of the Shiver Barrens." Chaucer said so.