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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #45418: End / Finish
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    End / Finish

    END  (noun)

       --- the final part of a period of time, event, story     (opposite: beginning)

                    -The sun sets at the end of the day  

                    -Proverb: All good things must come to an end.   

                   -The handsome Prince was married to Sleeping Beauty

                   and they lived happily ever after. (this is the end of the fairy tale) 

      ---the farthest part of something

                   Turn right at the end of the road.   

                    You must go to the end of the queue.        

     END (verb)

             When a situation, an activity ends, it stops.

                         World War II ended in 1945.

                          One in three marriages ends in divorce.

      FINISH (verb)

         --- to bring something to an end


                Are you sure you will finish this job by Friday?

            That horse finished second behind favourite Big Brown.

         ---to eat, drink the last of something

               I have finished the coffee, the children have finished the cake

    FINISH (noun)

                   the finish line: a line marking the end of a race                      

       the final details :  Look at the finish of this chest of drawers!  

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    1.-Where is the bank, please?
    - You can't miss it, it's that big building right at the of the street.
    Sarah's got an important work to before the of the week.
    Yesterday I received some news from Betty and Fred. Sadly their marriage of twenty years in divorce.
    After the children had doing their homework, the whole family went to the park. .
    Did you come back late yesterday evening? No, the meeting came to at six.
    Frank crossed the line well ahead of the other runners.
    -Can you lend me your book? -No, I haven't it yet.
    My brothers will military service at the same time, at the of this year.
    'This is not the , it is not even the beginning of the .
    But it is perhaps the of the beginning.'

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