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    finish school

    Does "finish school" have the same meaning of "get out of school"? Can we say "My child finishes school at 4p.m. I'll pick him up."?


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    Re: finish school

    Quote Originally Posted by Winwin2011 View Post
    Does "finish school" have the same meaning of "get out of school"? Can we say "My child finishes school at 4p.m. I'll pick him up."?


    Thanks.
    In that context, yes, they mean the same.

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