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    I have always said to my fiance that we would be together FOR LONGER THAN FOREVER. now I want to have it engraved on our wedding rings and I don't know if the proper way to have it is FOR LONGER THEN FOREVER. please help I ordered the rings with FOR LONGER THAN FOREVER..... What is the proper way to say that sentence longer then, or longer than?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Creativepear View Post
    I have always said to my fiance that we would be together FOR LONGER THAN FOREVER. now I want to have it engraved on our wedding rings and I don't know if the proper way to have it is FOR LONGER THEN FOREVER. please help I ordered the rings with FOR LONGER THAN FOREVER..... What is the proper way to say that sentence longer then, or longer than?
    That is a lovely sentiment, Creative Pear.

    Longer THAN is correct: FOR LONGER THAN FOREVER

    Best wishes on your marriage! May you and yours always enjoy the best of your hearts' desires!

    ~ Ann

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