Sun 25 Jul, 2021 05:39 pm
He was of the opinion that using vulgarities on service staff is uncalled for, no matter what the reason.
Should the sentence end with “is”?
Yes, because the word “is” is a verb.
The only part of speech that should not be used to end a sentence is a preposition.
I think it's correct the way it stands. The word "is" is not needed.
“no matter the reason” would do.