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Tawassul Zehra
Tawassul Zehra
Fatimiyah Girls School
Then Vs. Than
Published On Jan 30th 2015
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Then and than are amongst 100 most frequently used words in the English language. For some, this ubiquity translates into greater opportunity for committing grammatical blunders. Let's take a look at the differences between these two terms.
Then indicates times or consequence, as in the following examples: Bagels were cheaper then; First I'll drink my orange juice, then eat my bagel; If I drink too much orange juice, then I won't have room for a bagel.
Than is used to indicate comparison; He likes bagels more than I like bagels. However things get a little trickier when we consider how to abbreviate this sentence. Is it He likes bagels more than I, or He likes bagels more than me?
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Wania Good job!! Wania
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tawassul Thank You Minahil Tawassul
Feb 20th 2015
 
 
minahil Its nice and amazing Minahil
Feb 1st 2015
 
 
tawassul Thanks Tawassul
Jan 31st 2015
 
 
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