Is it wrong to say sooner or later?
That would have ambiguity (at the least) from the idiom "sooner or later" meaning something like "eventually". I don't think I would say it.
Q: Do you eat sooner or later? ( = Do you eat eventually?)
It's a different translation that can be construed. The DL intent seems to be if the adressee generally eats early or late.
I was wondering this too.
Excellent sentence for an Italian cruise :)
It sounds like a different computer is saying this. She actually sounds pleasant.
Is 'now or later' incorrect?
does anyone year "prAsto" or is it just me? ><
It's OK. Just that an "e" sounds like ay when pronounced correctly