Than vs. Then

Than vs. Then

Than – used to compare two things


1. "I am hungrier than I have ever been before."

Then - 1. at that time 2. immediately or soon afterward


1. "Times were happier then."

2. "The car stopped and then started again."

Than and then together in a sentence:

"I am stronger now than I was then."

Circle the Correct Answer:

1. We will go to the store and then / than to the park.

2. We seem smarter than / then they.

Answers: then, than

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