Student or Learner
1. Mandy was late to school yesterday.
2. Mandy was late for school yesterday.
Q: 1. Which one is correct, be late for or be late to?
2. Any difference between these two?
I consider 'was late for' and 'came late to' correct, but I am not a teacher.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 19-Jul-2015 at 08:30. Reason: Changing verbs to past tense to match the OP.