Another reason “in your place” sounds weird is that it usually refers to a completely different meaning of the word place: “in your place” means “if I were you”. On the other hand, “on your end” and “at your end” are both idiomatic and pretty much synonymous. US English favors on while British English favors at.
Likewise, how is it going at your end?
The correct expression is “How are things going at your end?”, or just “how are things at your end?”. It is simply asking how a person is, when the person is away from the speaker – either talking on the phone, or over the internet. ‘At your end‘ means ‘where you are’.
Also, what does on your part mean? on (someone’s) part As far as is related to, regards, or concerns someone; to the degree that someone is involved or a part (of something). On the employees’ part, the company’s merger means that many will be losing their jobs.
Secondly, how do you use end in a sentence?
end Sentence Examples
- In the end, there was no choice.
- Carmen thought that might be the end of the conflict.
- That’s the end of it?
- The light was coming from under a closed door at the end of a hallway.
- The end glowed as he inhaled.
- Once again the rear end was on solid ground.
How is your side meaning?
phrase. If something is on your side or if you have it on your side, it helps you when you are trying to achieve something. The weather is rather on our side. The law is not on their side.