Than vs Then | Grammar Exercise

The words then and than are often used. Than is used in comparative structures.

  • She is taller than me.
  • Chennai is hotter than Mumbai.
  • He is younger than his wife.

Then is a time expression.

  • ‘The last bus has gone.’ ‘Then we will have to walk home.’

Then is mainly used when one speaker replies to another.

It is also used in the structure ‘if…then’.

Than vs Then

Complete the following sentences using than or then.
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