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    Unhappy difference between---

    Dear Friends,

    Can anyone of you explain the difference between " at the end" and "in the end" and also give examples of different contexts where it can be used.

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    Re: difference between---

    Spain scored at the end of the match. That means Spain scored at a specific time of the match.

    We are thinking about going to Montréal but in the end we went to London. It means we finally went to London

    Try now: At the end, in the end, etc - Printable Teacher Handout - UsingEnglish.com


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