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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #86271: In the end or At the end
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    In the end or At the end

    IN THE END       means finally, after all.

                            It suggests that something happened after a lot of changes, problems or  uncertainty.

                            Are you going to marry her in the end?


    AT THE END       simply refers to position at the end of something.

                             at the end of the month, at the end of the film, at the end of May.

                            The opposite of 'at the end' is 'at the beginning'  of something.  


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    1. Lucy decided to marry him.

    2. Put your signature of the contract.

    3. it stopped raining and we could go for a walk.

    4. Could you tell me where the bathroom is? - There is one of the corridor.

    5. I was thinking about going to Italy but I decided to go to Spain.

    6. of the book is a bibliography and a good index.

    7. Have you seen the film " of time?"

    8. I wanted to go to the cinema but she didn´t. we went to the opera.

    9. I would like to invite you to the museum. It is of the street.

    10. He didn't have a well-paid job. he found a better one.

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