Phân Biệt At The End / In The End

I am reading it by the kết thúc of this week.I am reading it at the over of this week.I am reading it in the kết thúc of this week.

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Which one is more grammatically correct?

I think it’s the second one, but I am not really sure; I ruled out the third one.



The third is ungrammatical and should be discarded.

The first two are just about grammatical but mean different things.

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By the over of the week means you will have completed it by then.

At the end of the week means you intover khổng lồ start reading it then.

The problem with the grammaticality is the use of the present progressive, when it seems you need the future. Ideally you need lớn say:

I will read it by/at the end of this week.


At the over of the week means you gonmãng cầu read it at the weekover whereas by the end of the week means you"re currently reading and will possibly read it till the end ( also consider that BY is generally used with Past & Future Perfect tenses). I haven"t got any idea about in the end of the week. If you ask the general difference, in the end equals to finally, & at the end denotes the meaning known khổng lồ everytoàn thân.


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