Late Or Lately? Let Or Late? To Or Too?

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Can you use some particular words in your sentences properly? Yes, you can. But, it may be, sometimes you are confused while using them. I am going to dispel your confusion.B it, how? If you know the meanings or proper use those words, your language will be rich and your confusion will be dispelled.So, to-day's topic is:

Late Or Lately? Let Or Late? To Or Too?


1. The difference between Late and Lately.

2. The difference between Let and Late.

3. The difference between To and Too.

4. The meanings.

5. The Parts Of Speech.

6. Exceptional Things.

7. Ultimate Solution.

8. Very easy examples.

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Late Or Lately?


Parts Of Speech: Adjective and Adverb.


As Adjective it means, near the end of a period of time or near the end of the day.

Let's see:

1. What is he doing up at this late hour?

2. He did everything at the late hour.

3. In later life, he stated playing football.

4. He did not want to drive in later life.

5. He did the work at the late hour.

As Adverb it means, after the usual or expected time, near the end of the day or a period of time..

Let's see:

1. He gets up late.

2. Yesterday he was very tired and so, went to bed late.

3. I have to work late tomorrow.

4. He came very late and so I  scolded him.

5. You have formed the habit of coming here late.

But, Lately means:

Parts Of Speech: Adverb.

Meaning: Recently.

Let's see:

1. He has lately arrived and so, her brother is scolding him.

2. He has lately returned from office.

3. We have lately met the officer.

4. He has lately arrived here.

5. He has lately finished the work.

Now, what are the

differences between Late and Lately:

1. Late means, after the usual or expected time, near the end of a period of time or the day, but Lately means, recently.

2. Generally, Late is used in Simple Past Tense whereas Lately is used in Present Perfect Tense.

Let Or Late?


Parts Of Speech: Verb.

Meaning: to allow, to give permission, to make suggestions, to offer help...

Let's see:

1. Let him go now , because his mother is seriously ill.

2. Don't let him eat chocolates now, he is suffering from constipation.

3. Let's go there.(suggestion)

4. Let me do this.(offering help)

5. Let them play as they are getting fatter.

But, Late means: near the end of the day or a period of time or after the usual or expected time.

This is the difference between Let and Late.


1. Late means, no longer alive.

●Her late husband was really wise.

●Her late husband loved me very much.

2. It is about Pronunciation.

It is,

In Let, the Vowel sound is as same as the one which is used in the word-'bed'.

But, in 'Late' the Vowel sound is as same as the one which is used in the words such as pain, chain, rain...

The difference of Pronunciation is:

In Let, single vowel sound is used, but in Late double vowel sound, viz Diphthong is used.

What is Diphthong?

Diphthong is a combination of two Vowel sounds.

Now, To Or Too:

Let's move on:


Parts Of Speech: Preposition.

Meaning: in the direction of something, towards of something...

Let's see:

1. I am going to Delhi tomorrow.

2. He is going to London.

3. They walk to the school every day.

4. My first visit was to America.

5. Go to the place otherwise you will not be safe.

But, Too means?


Parts Of Speech: Adverb

Meaning: more than necessary, good, possible../ as well..

Let's see:

1. The bag is too heavy for me to lift it.

2. It is too hot today and so, I will not go to school.

3. It is too late to do everything now.

4. I am going to write English too.

5. He will help me too.

Very Important:

When Too means "as well", it is used at the end of a sentence.


1. To and fro(Adverb)

He is moving to and fro.

Ultimate Solution

1. Make sentences with these words as possible.

2. Try to use them while speaking.

3. Try to get the use of these words while reading as well as listening to conversation.

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Late Or Lately? Let Or Late? To Or Too?

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