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    Re: Then\Than

    my answer is 'than'

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    #32

    Re: Then\Than

    Than

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    #33

    Re: Then\Than

    then: at that time


    THAN :used as a function word to indicate the second member or the member taken as the point of departure in a comparison expressive of inequality —used with comparative adjectives and comparative adverbs

    This speacially confuses beginners so i thought a dictionary definition might help also.

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    #34

    Re: Then\Than

    Welcome to the forum, hufflepuff.

    Please give the name of any book you quote from.
    Typoman - writer of rongs

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    #35

    Re: Then\Than

    The answer is than. It's bigger than his.

    Then
    is mainly an adverb, often used to situate actions in time. For example, you wake up in the morning and then have breakfast.
    Than is a conjunction used mainly in making comparisons—e.g., “My breakfast is better than yours”; “I make breakfast differently than you do.”


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    #36

    Re: Then\Than

    I think the answer is "than"
    "Than" is a conj. and it means to compare something
    For example: Elephants are bigger than ants.

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