I have a homework assignment with 3 parts
- Part A
- Part B
- Part C
I finished part A
How do I say it ?
"Das Ende der Teil A" ?
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It really depends on what exactly you want to say.
I finished part A
can be translated as
Ich habe Teil A beendet.
Ich habe Teil A abgeschlossen.
or, if you want to focus on the status of your assignment, say
Ich bin fertig mit Teil A.
Teil A ist fertig.
The answer of Fayrooz
Das Ende von Teil A
is only a literal translation of
The end of part A
In addition to @Sentry: To focus on Part A and indicate that other parts will follow:
Teil A habe ich abgeschlossen.
Mit Teil A bin ich fertig.
If your are looking for a remark in a document I just would say:
Ende Teil A
maybe horizontally centered as
--- Ende Teil A ---
Not a native speaker, but it sounds like what you're trying to get at is
"Hier endet Teil A."
Everybody translates "Part" with "Teil". I think "Abschnitt" or "Kapitel" is a much better wording if this is non-fiction. "Teil" is usually a phyical object, coloquial or a very unspecificy concept. Otherwise I like most other suggestions. For fiction however "Teil" fits.
Das Ende von Teil A, Das Ende von Teil B, Das Ende von Teil C
As a native German speaker I would like to add something, although the question is already answered:
Be aware that the correct answer depends on whether you are saying "I have finished part A" or writing a remark like "End of Part A" in a document - just like it does in English. In the first case you would say something like recommended in the accepted answer by Sentry.
However, if you just want to leave a remark in something you write, "Ende von Teil A" would be the right choice.