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Word of the Week

(use it in a sentence, leave it in a comment!)

Better late than never

(proverb)

To arrive or do something later than expected isn’t good, but it is better than not at all.

“Sorry I’m late, but, y’know, better late than never!”

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This entry was published on May 14, 2012 at 23:28 and is filed under Home. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Word of the Week

  1. Eduardo on said:

    I am a very old man,but I have decided to start to smoke, however I thought about smoking better never than late, then I have decided to start to learn English, because about English is better late than never.

  2. Marie on said:

    Happy Birthday Emma Jane ! I know it was two months ago but, as we say “better late than never” ! I hope you had a great day. Take care.

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