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    a grammar teacher

    The damage caused by the hurricane was the worst than had ever occurred in that state.
    This is an exercise which I have to correct. I know "than" isn't correct here. I want to know if the sentece is correct when I put "that" in place of than or not?

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    Re: a grammar teacher

    You use 'than' when you compare one thing with another.
    'That' is correct.

    not a teacher

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