Than and Then

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Than and Then :

When comparing one thing with another you may find that one is more appealing “than” another.

“Than” is the word you want when doing comparisons. But if you are talking about time, choose “then“:

“First you separate the eggs; then you beat the whites.”

Alexis is smarter than I, not “then I."

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