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Is than a conjunction or preposition usage guide preposition after 200 years of innocent if occasional use the preposition than was called into question by 18th century grammarians. Whether than is to be followed by the objective or subjective case of a pronoun is much discussed in usage guides when as a conjunction than introduces a subordinate clause the case of any pronouns following than is determined by their function in that clause he is younger than i am. How to use than and then people often misuse the words than and then its a common mistake in part because the words are pronounced similarly or in some cases because you simply dont know the difference. Another pair of words that i see misused far more often than not is than and then as with affect and effect than and then are so commonly misused that i suspect that more than mere carelessness is involved. Than thn thn conj 1 used after a comparative adjective or adverb to introduce the second element or clause of an unequal comparison she is a better athlete than i 2 . Then is mainly an adverb often used to situate actions in timefor example you wake up in the morning and then have breakfast its also used in if then constructions such as if you wake late then you might have to skip breakfast
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