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Unformatted text preview: 5 October 2013 Then and Than Then -An adverb, related to time First we ate ice cream and then we ate our spaghetti. Than -A conjunction, used in comparisons I like the Red Sox more than I like the Yankees. Examples: 1. If you don’t have your driver’s license (then/than) you should not be driving. 2. Summer weather is much warmer (then/than) winter weather. Who Exam There, Their, Th There Examples:-An adverb, specifies place, also a placeholder 1. Who is that over (there/their/they’re)? Last I saw her she was standing over there . 2. (There/their/they’re) are more countries than continents. There are 100 attendees expected at the conference. 3. (There/their/they’re) trying to win tickets to the game. Their -A possessive pronoun 4. Jason and Susan sold (There/their/they’re) house for 1 The Smith family lost their cat yesterday. They’re -A contraction of they and are They’re going to Florida tomorrow morning....
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- Fall '09
- new york yankees, Possessive pronoun, Boston Red Sox, -A subordinating conjunction