Then and Than Grammar

Use than when making a comparison. My brother is older than I. She can do more than that. They would rather read the book than watch the movie.

Use then when referring to the order of incidents, events, etc. It will be sunny in the morning but then turn cloudy in the afternoon. You first have to have an idea, and then you can make a plan for success.

Sherry’s Grammar List

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