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3 Dec 2020

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There are phrases with "schedule" such as "ahead of/on/behind schedule." Can you say "a late schedule" instead of "behind schedule"? If it isn't accepted, why is it not grammatical?

Example: Due to a late schedule, my house hasn't been built yet.

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