Guest   Sat Mar 25, 2006 9:13 am GMT
"Toward" is specifically American usage; elsewhere "towards" would be correct.
Guest   Sun Mar 26, 2006 2:40 am GMT
No it isn't. "Toward" is also used in British English even though "towards" is more common.
new_boy   Sun Mar 26, 2006 5:19 am GMT
If I am not mistaken, I just want to summarize.

1. When we say:" in the end of May" then it will be 29, 30, or 31 May

2. When we say:" at the end of May" then it will be 31 May

3. how about " towards the end of May?

z   Sun Mar 26, 2006 7:02 am GMT
I incline to think that "in the end of May" and "at the end" both mean the same: 28-29-30-31 of May. Am I wrong?
Guest   Sun Mar 26, 2006 7:46 am GMT
"In the end of May" isn't used as commonly as "at the end of May". But they both mean the same thing: around the last few days of May.