At last, in the end

Hello everybody! Is the same “At last” and " In the End"
Thanks

Batman :oops:

Torsten hello! It is beyond my mind!!! Explain What do you mean,
please!!!
Batman :cry:

Hi Batman,

Sorry this was the answer to Terminators last question:

http://www.english-test.net/forum/ftopic389.html[YSaerTTEW443543]

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Understood, and so??
Batman :roll:

Hi,

At last means in the end and you are glad that it IS the end.

Alan

Hello!
Many thanks!
At last I understood it!
Batman :lol:

“At last” connotes a relief of having ended something or finding out the ending of something, while “in the end” seems more like having a neutral attitude towards finding the ending or finding that something has ended.