Grammar Bomb: Then VS Than

Schedule first, then arrange to compare how quarterback Andrew Luck is better than he was last year.

#GrammarBombEA

 

Then [THINK: Time (E)]
Than [THINK: compare (A)]

 

Then indicates time or consequence… Than is used to indicate comparison…”

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