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If a Latin sentence cannot end in a preposition, how would you say "I have never seen that before." in Latin?

In the English sentence "I have never seen that before" the last word is not a preposition but an adverb. Some English prepositions, like "before", can function as adverbs, but ...
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In "Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles", why is it "per totam insulam" and not "totam per insulam" or "per insulam totam"?

It is not a rule of Latin that a preposition must go directly before the noun it modifies, so there's no issue with placing a preposition before an adjective and then a noun. Preposition + Noun + ...
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