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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: through = finished

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sometimes the word through means

finished we're through we're through

we're finished what time are you through

at work the work through is the same as

finished what time are you finished at

work or you can use the word done that

also as similar as the word through what

time are you done at work what time are

you through at work

she's through with work at five o'clock

you can also say she gets through with

work at five o'clock what time do you

get through with work or what time do

you get through at work

what time is your class through or what

time is your class finished this is when

it ends

it's finished

and and then there's the time it's

finished at 10 o'clock it's through at

10 o'clock or I get through at 10

o'clock or I'm through with class at 10

o'clock when asking about an amount of

time for a task then you didn't ask the

question like this how long does it take

to get through if you're reading a book

or you're about to read a book how long

will it take to get through this book

that would be the number of hours or

days to read the book from start to

finish or you're going to ask this

question of a class how long will it

take to get through this class

it will take six months to get through

this class

I couldn't get through with the

assignment means the same as I couldn't

finish the assignment we are not through

we're not finished we're not through yet

we're not finished yet or we're not done

yet

all of these are about the same I'm

through I'm finished I'm done you can

use this with any type of task or if

it's a test and you come to the end of

it then you can tell the teacher this

I'm through

you

The Description of through = finished