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Difference Between Then and Than

The difference between then, than

Dear, "then" and "than" are among the 100 most used words in the English language. The fact that it is so common means that it is also commonly abused!


Difference between 'then' and 'than'


Although they are used a lot, they differ in only one letter, see and read the difference between "then" and "than" in an easy way.


1. Uses of "then"

A: We use "then" sometime in the past or future, for example:

  • They have not visited her friends since then.

B: It means "after that", for example:

  • First I get up, then I have breakfast.

C: Used when giving additional information, for example:

  • He had a cup of coffee, and then two glasses of milk.

D: Used when giving a logical result, for example:

  • If you fail that test, then you'll be suspended.

 2. Use of than

Than is used in comparison between two things, for example:

  •  The yellow car is faster than the black one.
  •  He was much smaller than his son.
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