Post # 1
Tell me if this sounds 1. Weird or 2. Completely normal to you.
‘I’m going to the movies. Want to come with?’
‘She’s coming with to the soccer game.’
‘Did he come with? He said he was going to.’
And tell me where you’re from. When I moved from the east coast to North Dakota, it was the first I’d heard of this. My mind automatically went ‘with…. me?’ or ‘with… who?’ Now I’m used to it and even say it sometimes.. even if it IS ending a sentence with a preposition. LOL
Post # 3
I’ve heard/said that in Ontario 🙂
Post # 4
Boston- heard it/said it.
It’s just a shortened/casual way to say something. No big deal.
Post # 5
I’ve said and heard it in CT!
Post # 6
It’s just a shorthand/slang, usually when you’re referring to yourself. I’ll say to Fiance, “I’m going to Trader Joe’s. Wanna come with?”
When I read the title of your post, I was thinking you meant like proper grammer, as in, “A preposition is the wrong word to end a sentence with.”<–incorrect grammar.
Post # 7
totally normal. i’m from Southern California.
Post # 8
I’ve heard it/say it, don’t know if I picked up the habit in FL or NJ though
Post # 9
I’m in Alberta, Canada and have heard it but not sure if I’ve every actually used it.
Post # 10
I hear and I say it on occasion. From PA, near Philadelphia.
Post # 11
I’ve heard that in Chicago. I went to visit my great grandmother when I was younger and some kids that she would watch would say that. It was like I would just stand there waiting for them to finish the sentence. “Do you want to go with…?” Go with what!
I also went to college with a guy from that area and he did the same thing. It definitely takes some getting used to.
Post # 12
I’ve heard it, and I’m from PA…it drives me crazy!
Post # 13
It’s from people texting … one less word to text…. now they say it … from the MID ATLANTIC region lol
Post # 15
Vancouver/Calgary – Totally have said it and heard it
Post # 16
heard it and used it in MD