This is a really popular question that can confuse a lot of people, and I can understand why. This question from a student on my Instagram channel ( Get English Tips) was asking for the difference between 'at the end' and 'in the end' when you speak English
How would you answer this student question?
Practice your English and write below how you would explain the answer to this. You can also write a couple of sentences and I'll check them for you
Here's the transcript:
Both are actually correct!
'In the end' we use perhaps with a situation that was difficult, difficult but in the end of all of that situation, something was good.
'At the end' is physical, at the end of my street, at the end of my holiday etc.
So really. 'in the end' is something, I guess, that's not tangible, something that you can not touch, At the end end is something you can touch.
That's generally the difference
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About Ajarn Ken
Ajarn Ken is an English as a second language teacher with over 10 years experience teaching English all over the world including Europe, Central and South America and Asia.
Most recently, Ken was teaching university graduates in Bangkok, Thailand English and self development to prepare them for working in the aviation industry.
Ken successfully worked with hundreds of students placing them with some of the world's most well known airlines including Qatar, Emirates, Thai Airways, Norwegian Air, Gulf Air, Singapore Airline and many more.
Ken now has his own successful and well known Instagram channel Get English Tips which has well over 100,000 followers.