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darkice123 darkice123 36-40, M 9 Answers Jan 6, 2013 in Community

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Then" is a measure of time, as in "back then, when I was younger".<br />
"Than" is a measure of more or less, as in "His truck is bigger than mine". <br />
That's the easiest way I know how to explain it. Hope it helps.

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Oooh, oooh, I got it!....it's the 'e' and the 'a'.....

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Then means "afterwards" or precedes the second clause of an if-then statement.<br />
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I went to the store, then I went home.<br />
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If I spend too much, then I won't have any money left.<br />
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Than is a comparative.<br />
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I am taller than you.

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