1 Minute Speech On Better Late Than Never In English

Good morning to everyone, I’d like to express my gratitude to the principal, the teachers, and my friends for letting me tell you about better late than never. An old saying that goes, “Better late than never,” means that it is preferable to start anything late rather than never at all. The fable of the rabbit and the tortoise, in which the rabbit was sure he would win the race but the turtle outperformed him and took first place, best explains it.

The turtle understood the value of “better late than never,” even though the rabbit had won the race. It’s crucial to realize that once someone begins a task, they are obligated to complete it and succeed. It is preferable to study after midnight rather than never study at all or entirely ignore it since slow and steady can also win the race. Thank you.