In the end/At the end (Common English mistakes)

The Short Version At the end of something... In the end, ... The Details In the end is a set phrase that means "eventually". It normally shows the result of a long period of time, or careful thought. In the end, we arrived at midnight. [After a long journey, or maybe you'd had a problem … Continue reading In the end/At the end (Common English mistakes)


Some English Advice: Mass Nouns

Early on, when studying English, you learn the word "the news". It then seems logical that one story would be "a new". Unfortunately, we can't say that. Here's why. First, we need to know what a mass noun is. What's the difference between "a chair", "a word" and "a sand"? Well, we know what "a … Continue reading Some English Advice: Mass Nouns