31 de ene. de 2017 · The expression "How late" can be used, but you can actually use other words besides late to convey the sentiment: A) Our class is at 10:00 pm. B) How dreadful! (In this context, one might reasonably assume that the listener would be able to guess that the time is bad because it's late, although there may be other valid reasons as well.
Grammar > Easily confused words > Late or lately? from English Grammar Today. Late is both an adverb and an adjective; it means the opposite of early. Lately is also an adverb; it means ‘recently’.
1 (=towards end of period, day, month, etc) late morning última hora f de la mañana. late afternoon media tarde f. late evening última hora f de la tarde. late 1989 finales de 1989. it was very late and I was tired era muy tarde y estaba cansado. in late September/spring a finales de septiembre/de la primavera.
late adj (near the end of the day etc.) tarde adv : It's late; let's go home. It's getting late; I really ought to be going. Es tarde. Vámonos a casa. late adj (latter part of) a finales de loc adv : They married in the late sixties. He married a woman in her late 40s. Se casaron a finales de los sesenta. late adv (after the scheduled time ...