LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||13/MAR/2008 4:51 PM|
|Assunto:||To Fleming UMA AJUDA|
This is the explanation I've found just to please myself:
In the beginning (at first), I felt out of place, but then (in the end/at last) I tried to mingle....
In the beginning I misunderstood, but now I got it, the word is good.
At the beginning/At the end OF THE DAY/OF THE STREET/OF THE RAINBOW/OF THE BOOK...
Do you know what I mean? I've found this explanation, but I can't vouch for it... I don't know, maybe there are rules, maybe there aren't... If native speakers use either in all the cases, and they all sound fine to their ears, then we've solved the problem!
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