Finally and in/at the end are similar in meaning, but they are used differently. So, these two phrases can be confusing for a lot of English speakers. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how you can use finally and in/at the end in your English conversations and writing.
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Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- For healthy sleeping, doctors suggest sleeping for eight hours a night and not eating too much or drinking alcohol. The bedroom should be a peaceful place, with no TV’s, computers, or bright lights.
Today’s listening challenge:
- Which classic movie is used in one of the example sentences?
- One example talked about Jack’s speech. What did the audience think of his speech?
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