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  1. Then:

    • "Then" is an adverb used to indicate time, sequence, or consequence.
    • Example: "We'll have dinner, and then we'll watch a movie." Here, "then" indicates the sequence of events.
    • Example: "If you finish your homework, then you can go outside to play." In this sentence, "then" indicates a consequence.
  2. Than:

    • "Than" is a conjunction used to compare things or indicate difference in degree.
    • Example: "She is taller than her brother." Here, "than" is used to compare the height of two individuals.
    • Example: "I would rather stay home than go to the party." In this sentence, "than" is used to indicate a preference or difference in choice.

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