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What better way than or then?

What better way than or then? The way to keep the pair straight is to focus on this basic difference: than is used when you’re talking about comparisons; then is used when you’re talking about something relating to time. Than is the word to choose in phrases like smaller than, smoother than, and further than.

Is it no later than or then?

When to Use No Later Then

Than is a conjunction that works as part of comparative phrases, but then is an adverb that specifies time, so no later than and no later then don’t mean the same thing. … Still, no later than is the only correct version of this phrase.

Is it less than or less then?

Whenever your expression uses rather or a comparative word such as more, less, older, farther, clearer, etc., your correct choice is than. If you are not making a comparison, the correct word is then. Then shows time, sequence, or consequence.

Is it other than or then?

Other than and other then are often confused because they sound similar but differ in spelling, meaning, and usage. Other than is a preposition or conjunction and means except for or not included. When used as a conjunction, it connects two sentences. Other then is not a word or a phrase.

How is then used in a sentence?

« If you can’t go, then let me know. » « If it’s going to cost too much money, then let’s do something else. » « If you need help, then ask me. » « Then she walked through the door. »


What does no later than 3 days mean?

No later than 3 days means 2 or 1 day before the appointment.

What does no later than 24 hours before mean?

It basically means, the place you are trying to book wants to know in advance. This might include paying a deposit of money be arrival or possibly giving the company time to prepare for your arrival.

What does it mean no later than?

: by (a specified time) : at, in, on, or before (a specified time) We’ll need to know your decision no/not later than next week.

Is it correct to say and then?

Never use ‘and then‘. However, my word processor auto-corrects ‘then’ to ‘and then’. Perform task 1, task 2, then task3. works either way when ‘then’ is an adverb.

Are Less Than Meaning?

us/ˈlesˌðən/ uk/ˈlesˌðən/ having less importance or value than other people or things: You are assuming people who clean houses for money are somehow less-than. We resent the fact that because of the color of our skin, we are immediately categorized as less-than. More examples.

How do you remember than then?

Remembering When to Use Then and Than

A good trick to keep track of these words is that then is usually used to indicate time. Both then and time have a letter “E” in them. Than is used to make comparisons. Both than and comparison have a letter “A” in them.

Can you say see you then?

« See you there » and « see you then » are both fine. They are somewhere between formal English (see alternative phrases below) and informal/spoken language, where a « see you » or even « see ya/cheers/cu » might suffice. A very formal way to say this would be to write « I look forward to seeing you there ».

Which is or that is?

In a defining clause, use that. In non-defining clauses, use which. Remember, which is as disposable as a sandwich bag. If you can remove the clause without destroying the meaning of the sentence, the clause is nonessential and you can use which.

Is and then grammatically correct?

No, yes, and yes. It’s fine to write “and then” as you did in your first sentence. If you leave out and, add a comma before then: “He got a DUI, then resisted arrest.”

Can a sentence end with then?

The word ‘then’ has many meanings. In some of its meanings, it is perfectly grammatical at the end of a sentence.

What type of word is then?

Grammatically speaking, then is used as an adverb or adjective, while than is used as a conjunction or preposition.

What is the meaning of had then?

had then definition, had then meaning | English dictionary

die ; fail ; go bankrupt ; come to an end ; whether you’re a fisherman or ever had a pet fish, you figure out that the phrase alludes to a fish typically floating upside down, belly up when dying.

What does it mean by no earlier than 72 hours?

when a specific time is set to be done, “no earlier than” tells you to not to do whatever it is prior to the specified time.

What does no later than Saturday mean?

Typically, « no later than » means « on or before » a particular date.

What does no later than Tuesday mean?

No later than Tuesday means = last chance is on Tuesday.

Does no later than include that date?

“By no later than” indicates any time up to and including that date. It is a more formal type of speech and emphasizes you are quite serious about your request. Some readers find it dictatorial. It works well in legal situations or when a non-response within a critical timeframe could have dire results.

What does at least 30 minutes mean?

This means you should do this a minimum of 30 minutes before eating. … So let’s say I eat at 12:00pm then I would take the medication at 11:30am.

What is meant by no later than Monday?

“No later than Monday” means that you are supposed to do whatever you were told by Monday. Monday is the last date to finish whatever it is you were asked to do.

Does no later than include the day of?

“By no later than” indicates any time up to and including that date. It is a more formal type of speech and emphasizes you are quite serious about your request. Some readers find it dictatorial. It works well in legal situations or when a non-response within a critical timeframe could have dire results.

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