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Do you know the difference between stress and pressure? Or do you think they are the same?

The answer is that they are not the same. Let’s look at their differences.



A person who has stress has physical, mental or emotional strains. The person worries too much overall situations like the job or health. The word has negative implications and has a negative impact on our body’s health.


I was so stressed out about the test that I couldn’t sleep last night.



A person who is under pressure again may have physical, mental or emotional strains but sometimes it can have a positive outcome. Unlike stress that has no positive impact sometimes it can cause your body to be stimulated more and react in a better and wiser way.


I was under pressure to finish the project yesterday.


At the end or in the end


In the end, is used mostly as an idiom that means "finally”, "after a long time," or, "when everything is considered." It is often followed by a comma. Here are some sentences with this idiom:

We had a meeting for two hours and in the end, we couldn’t come to any conclusion.

In the end, what is valuable in a marriage is trust.


At the end is used in the idiom "at the end of the day." which means something similar to in the end (= when everything is considered). However, at the end is most commonly used more literally, as a prepositional phrase followed by of, to refer to the end of a specific noun. Here are some examples:

At the end of class, our teacher gave us an assignment.

We pay the bill at the end of each month.

At the end of this month is my mom’s birthday.


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