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    Smile ended up/in

    1. When Joe and wayne argue with each other, it laways ends up/ends up in/ends in a fight.
    2. Conversations about politically correct English often end in/end up/end up in heated arguments, especially if they are about difficult issues such as racial differences.

    Which should I use here, end in/end up/end up in and why?
    Does the part in bold sound right? Thanks.
    Last edited by angliholic; 19-Apr-2007 at 11:26.

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    Re: ended up/in

    HERE and HERE. The 'difficult issues' phrase is OK.

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