[Grammar] Then

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hitinvo

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_The mountains resemble the anthills then.
1/ Do this sentence is correct?
2/If it's correct why they put the word "then" at the end?
3/what does the word "then", which puts at the end, mean?
4/How to use it?
5/Could you explain the sentence in other word?
+Please, give me the answers following the questions' order.
Thank you very much!:-D
 

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_The mountains resemble the anthills then.
1/ Do this sentence is correct?
2/If it's correct why they put the word "then" at the end?
3/what does the word "then", which puts at the end, mean?
4/How to use it?
5/Could you explain the sentence in other word?
+Please, give me the answers following the questions' order.
Thank you very much!:-D

i think it means at that time here in final position
if there says sth. else please write it so to be more clear
 

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No. If it were an adverb of time, the verb of the sentence would be resembled.


I suppose it's an adverb and means therefore. So the sentence should mean:

- So, the mountains look like the anthills.
- Therefore, the mountains look like the anthills.
 
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