TODAY” investigated ‘sentence hijacking’, which is when somebody interrupts and finishes a thought before you do. While often annoying, Grammarphobia says there are two types of interruptions; dominating and supportive. Some use the sentence finishing as a way to steer conversation. But a sociologist says that’s not always the case, citing people may overlap others to show enthusiasm and active participation. Sometimes, it can even be a sign of intimacy or part of clever banter.moreless
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