Hey guys, On one of my reviews I suggested the writer omit the 'of' in a sentence like "she rolled out of the way." Another forum user commented, saying they were under the impression, "she rolled out the way" would be gramatically incorrect and asked for clarification. Since I've never read a grammar book before and have no recollection of ever looking into this matter, I decided to do a little searching. Unfortunately, I couldn't find anything emphatic on the net. I see now the query post has been deleted, so I'm posting the question here in the hope a more educated member will shed some light.