at the latest
Is it correct?
The course will finish at 6.00 pm at the latest.
Re: at the latest
''courses'' are usually considered to finish on specific days or dates. The course will finish on friday. The course will finish on October 14th.
Originally Posted by peter123
''classes'' and ''lessons'' finish at a certain time. This (class)(lesson) will finish at 6:00 pm at the latest.
However, it is possible to say, 'The course will finish at 6:00 pm (at the latest).', especially if it is a one-day course. Is that what you mean, or do you mean 'The class will finish at 6:00 pm at the latest.'?
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