"Li finfine legis la longan libron."
Translation:He finally read the long book.
8 CommentsThis discussion is locked.
If I had to translate "Li fine legis la longan libron." I would come up with the same translation...
Is there any difference between fine and finfine?
Literally fine is "at the end" while finfine would be something like "at the end of the end". So in practical usage finfine appears as not more than a little emphasizing or a somewhat fancier way to say fine.
Am I right on this?