Quote by Spencer Johnson: “Better late than never.”
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Better late than never but never late is better. They tell me time is money well we'll spend it together. Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. It is better to learn late than never. Which form of proverb do you prefer Better late than never, or Better never than late? Better late than never.
This set phrase is often used to acknowledge perhaps begrudgingly that something has finally occurred. After two weeks, I finally got a return phone call from that company. - On September 22, , NBC renewed the series for a second season, set in various European countries, which premiered on January 1,
The Latin phrase 'potiusque sero quam numquam' which translates as "better late than never" was used in History of Rome, written around 27 BCby Titus Livius. B 1 Thought. Add your thoughts Cancel reply. Leave this field empty. Read on. I know that it took me weeks to send the letter, but better late than never. It took me three years to complete the training course but better late than never , right?