06 Oct 11:53 AM
Question about English (UK)
I know that the question "Where are you flying to?" is totally correct and very often used if you are speaking to an airline passenger. But since the preposition at the end of the sentence is informal, I wonder if this same preposition placed at the beginnig of the question may also be correct, that is, "To where are you flying, sir?"
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