A little something to think about when using English 🙂
In English the final is an adjective meaning coming at the end of a series, or a noun meaning the last game in a sports tournament or other competition, which decides the winner of the tournament.
The end, on the other hand, is the final part of something, for example a period of time, an activity, or a story.
So this Saturday sees the UEFA Champions League final take place in Wembley Stadium, London (not far from where Jeremy lives) while next Friday is the end of the month.
Which one are you looking forward to more and why?
Tell us about it and practise your English!