Monday Marketing Moment: Upgrade Your Skills

Yes, it is Monday, which means it is time for another Monday Marketing Moment. It is October, which as you may know, is breast cancer awareness month. However, did you know that it is also Computer Learning Month? well, it is. 🙂 So, in today’s episode, I am encouraging you to upgrade your skills!

Monday Marketing Moment: Upgrade Your Skills

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Grammar Tip: Than and Then

Today I am going to teach you the difference between than and then.

Grammar Tip: Than and Then

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Than is a subjunctive conjunction and used for comparisons.

For Example: Today I wrote 2 pages more than yesterday.

For Example: Joan’s speech was longer than any of the others.


Then is an adverb that denotes a period of time.

For Example: Michelle went to her editor’s office and then went home.

For Example: Brendan wrote a short story and then he wrote a poem.

Then can also be used as an adjective that, according to, denotes “being; being such; existing or being at the time indicated.”

For Example: “The then editor,” the then President,” etc.

Finally, then can be used as a noun to denote “since that time.”

For Example: Noelle has not been back to my office since then.


>>>>>>To remember the difference between the two words, keep in mind that when dealing with comparisons use than; when dealing with time use then.


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