Fight to the …… end

Can you complete this English expression? It means “to continue to struggle until the end”.

Fight to the ……. end

a) bitter

b) final

c) overly

d) wanted

The answer is below!

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Answer: a) bitter

Fight to the bitter end!

Example: The team fought to the bitter end, but they lost the game.

By I Talk You Talk Press – Easy English Reading

[New Graded Reader] Haversham House

Our latest Level 4 (B1/B2) graded reader is now available!

A graded reader for learners of English (EFL)
Level 4 – B1/B2 Intermediate (2)
Word count: 13,206

The women walked down the stone steps. They were holding hands. It was very dark and cold. Drops of water were running down the walls. The air smelt bad.
“Where is he?” asked the younger woman.
“Quiet!” whispered the older woman. She pointed down the stairs. They could see lights.
“Candles?” asked the younger women.
At the bottom of the steps, they saw an open door.
They heard a voice. They stopped and listened.
The younger woman put her hand over her mouth to stop from screaming. “Oh no! I can’t believe it!”

Louise and Milton buy an old house in England. Milton loves the house, but Louise is not so sure.
Haversham House is a place of mystery, danger and terror. Read Haversham House and discover its story!