Questions tagged with than

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Pronoun Rule
Can somebody please explain this rule further and give me examples? "The case of a pronoun following the conjunction as ...
pronoun rule than as clause +2 votes, asked Jul 11 by Creo
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"Earlier than" in sentence
Can someone please explain the eligibility condition considering today 22/04/2016 as the interview date for the following sentence. "Candidates who ...
earlier than 0 votes, asked Apr 22 by Naveen
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Hi, I wanna ask a question. In English Grammar & Composition by Wren & Martin second sentence is lab
Which is correct and why ,1- I gave no more than I could help.2- I gave no more than I ...
Conjunction grammarcorrection sentence-correction than conjunctions +1 vote, asked Jan 24 by Ravi Jaiswal
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'Much more powerful than enough'' İs this phrase correct?
''You wont be just powerful enough. İf you are willing, you will be much more powerful than enough.'' Can ı ...
much more powerful than enough 0 votes, asked Apr 24 '15 by mehmet akyar
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Then vs. than...
I understand that 'then' is about time and 'than' is about comparison. So if I wanted to say: "Well than/then." ...
than then vs comparison TIME 0 votes, asked Dec 29 '14 by Catrin
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COFFEE IS PREFER THAN TEA OR COFFEE IS PREFER TO TEA? WHICH ONE IS CORRECT?
COFFEE IS PREFER THAN TEA OR COFFEE IS PREFER TO TEA? WHICH ONE IS CORRECT?
than 0 votes, asked May 27 '14 by Mahesh
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The usage of from and than
I guess I have two questions today because I just thought of another one. What about different from and different ...
than from different 0 votes, asked Aug 31 '13 by Chantal
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From vs. Than
One of the most confusing parts of American english to me is if I should use from or than. For ...
from than useage 0 votes, asked Aug 21 '13 by Simon Huntington
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Then or Than
Then or that has been something I have been unsure about for some time, since I started learning english. It's ...
then than 0 votes, asked Aug 09 '13 by Francesca Benetazzo
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