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    Smile "in the end" "finally" "eventually"

    Hi, Can anyone offer me a clear and simple guide as to the difference between the above three phrases please? and when I use them?

    Thanks

    Fiona

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    Smile Re: "in the end" "finally" "eventually"

    In the end - from Old English meaning 'the opposite side'

    Finally - from Latin meaning 'to an end'

    Evenutally - from Latin meaning 'ultimately'

    Strikes me they mean about the same.

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