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    Question end of an era / end to an era


    In the sentence "His resignation marked an end to an era",
    should it be "end of an era"? Or is it correct to
    say "end to an era".


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    Re: end of an era / end to an era


    "His resignation marked the end of an era" .. may I ask who it is referring to?

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    Re: end of an era / end to an era

    could it be "the end of the era" ? or would it require adding something like "the era of..." ?


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