Portuguese Language Expressions #5


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The Portuguese Language Expression of the week is “Antes tarde do que nunca”, which in English is translated just as the proverb, “Better late than never”.

Since this is a very used expression in both languages, let’s see some examples, shall we?

Finalmente ele entregou a dissertação final! Antes tarde do que nunca, não é mesmo?

Após 8 anos de noivado, Clarissa e Jonas marcaram a data do casamento. Antes tarde do que nunca!

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