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.
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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