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    Default Finally and as a final

    Dear teachers,

    What is the difference between "finally" and "as a final" ?
    Are they similar to "in conclusion" ?


    Many thanks

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    Default Re: Finally and as a final

    Quote Originally Posted by duiter View Post
    Dear teachers,

    What is the difference between "finally" and "as a final" ?
    Are they similar to "in conclusion" ?


    Many thanks
    Please put them into sentences.

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