LAST vs. LATEST
LAST vs. LATEST: meaning and examples
Good morning. Today we are going to explain the difference between the two adjectives last and latest, which are often confused. Both last and latest are translated into Spanish as último, but they have different meanings in English, which is what causes the confusion. LAST: refers to something or someone that happens or comes at the end or after all other things or people. Example 1: We caught the last train home. Example 2: Come on, Ricky! You're always the last one to arrive! LATEST: refers to the newest or most recent thing or person. It insinuates that there will be more in the future. Example 3: Tina is the latest person to be hired in the accounting department. However, I'm sure she won't be the last. Example 4: Gina is so cool. She's always dressed in the latest fashions. Please post any questions about today's Daily Vitamin in the Daily Vitamin Plus! section on our website. If you have any questions about how to use the Daily Vitamin Plus! section, please don't hesitate to contact us. Enjoy the rest of your day!