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  1. B45
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    I'm leaving end of this month.

    I'm leaving end of this month.

    VS

    I'm leaving end of the month.

    Are both okay?

  2. Newbie
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    #2

    Re: I'm leaving end of this month.

    No. It is correctly written as I'm leaving at the end of this/the month.

    'At' expresses arrival. In this case, it is arrival to the end of the month.
    Last edited by Veloviv; 08-May-2014 at 16:08. Reason: Correction

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    Re: I'm leaving end of this month.

    "I'm leaving at the end of the/this month" are both correct. Neither of your sentences are correct in standard English.

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