Definitions and Examples of back, end, last
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
The rear part of something.
He sat at the back of the classroom so he could see the whiteboard clearly.
The final part of something.
We reached the end of the book and were sad to say goodbye to the characters.
Coming after all others in time or order; final.
This is the last piece of cake, so make sure you share it with everyone.
Key Differences: back vs end vs last
- 1Back refers to the rear part of something, while forehalf refers to the front half.
- 2End refers to the final part of something, while forehalf refers to the first half.
- 3Last refers to the final item in a series, while forehalf refers to the first half.
Effective Usage of back, end, last
- 1Spatial Relationships: Use forehalf and back to describe the front and rear parts of an object or space.
- 2Chronological Order: Use forehalf and end to describe the beginning and end of a period of time.
- 3Sequencing: Use forehalf and last to describe the first and final items in a series.
The antonyms of forehalf are back, end, and last. These words describe opposite ends of something, such as a physical object or a period of time. Use these antonyms to describe spatial relationships, chronological order, and sequencing.