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Could anybody explain, please?



jocel
Philippines

Could anybody explain, please?
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
Could anybody tell me which phrase to use for the following sentences?
Is it ´in the end ´ or ´at the end ´?
 
1.   The day before yesterday, I sat an examination. I knew nothing about the subject. ______________ I returned a blank paper and left.
 
2.   I would have liked to include thirteenth sentences for this exercise but I had no more idea after the twelfth sentence. ______________  I gave up and stopped here, at sentence number twelve.
 
Help me please...
 
Thanks in advance!
 
 
Hugs,
 
jocel

4 Oct 2011      



serene
Greece

I think "in the end" is the correct option in both cases as in both cases the meaning is "finally".

Hope this link will make the difference clear for you.

4 Oct 2011