What is the difference between then and than?
or affect and effect?
Examples:"Then he went to the store""I rather eat than do that"Unlike then, than is not related to time. Than is used in comparative statements."Thats quite a cool effect""How did that affect him?""Affect" being used more as a verb, and "effect" as a noun.
affect is a verb, effect is a noun. than is saying comparing something to something else, while then is saying more about time
I like this more THAN that. I went here, THEN I went there.
Pass tense and pre tense, what happened, what will or is going to happen, and what is happening wait... is it? I just do what sounds right, easy enough.
If you really don't know the difference, then you should use a dictionary rather than asking us...
are you old enough to b on here? my 12 yr old knows that and hes too young to b on here...