Wondering about the use of to and for in a sentence


Which is correct ...


Late to dinner ... or ... Late for dinner?


Thank you!

asked Aug 29 '11 at 20:13 Todd Sentell New member

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They are synonymous, but 'late for' is the more common.

link comment answered Sep 01 '11 at 01:41 Kimberly Expert

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