Easily Confused Words - 2
Today, I'll be going over some words that many of you might have trouble recognizing the differences.
Today's words are:
Than vs. Then
Many students are often confused with these two words. What is the difference?
Than (conjunction): used as a conjunction, than compares things
Then (Adverb): at that time
When you use “than”, you are comparing two things. However, when you use “then”, it refers to “time”.
THAN (comparing two things)
I like English more than Science.
I prefer action movies than science fiction movies.
Sally is taller than Mary.
A: What were you doing around 11 pm last night?
B: I was already sleeping then.
I'll see you then!
I hope after this explanation, you'll get a better idea of how to use these two words!
Until next time!
- KEBII -