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In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl and Jack discuss the expression “Better Late than Never.”
Spanish: “Más vale tarde que nunca.”
English: “Better late than never.”
Both of these idioms convey the idea that it’s preferable for something to happen later than expected or planned than not to happen at all. They emphasize the importance of completing a task or fulfilling a commitment, even if it’s delayed. This idiom is used in both languages to encourage a positive outlook when someone is late or delayed in their actions.
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