English Expressions: Better late than never : I wish I read this book long before - How did I let it go unnoticed?
Jane: Don’t beat yourself up! Better late than never.
George: It’s no exaggeration to say that this book is worth its weight in gold.
Jane: Is it? I’m getting curious! Do you mind if I borrow it for a while?
George: I’m afraid not. Don’t get me wrong but the topics raised in it are over your head - If you read it on your own, you may lose it.
Jane: Hand it over to me already! You’re underestimating my intellectual capabilities. Aren’t you?
George: Far from it. That’s out of the question!
Go unnoticed: to not be seen or noticed.
Beat (oneself) up: to continually criticize or question oneself, usually about something that one cannot change.
Better late than never: it is better to do something or arrive after the expected time than not do it or arrive at all.
Worth its weight in gold: so useful, helpful, or valuable.
For a while: for some time. Get someone wrong: to misunderstand.
Lose it: to become deranged or mentally disturbed.
Underestimate: to rate something lower than its real/actual value.
Out of the question: not allowed; not permitted.
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