“Than” in a Sentence (with Audio)
Examples of how to use the word “than” in a sentence. How to connect “than” with other words to make correct English sentences.
than (prep, conj): used to join two parts of a comparison
Use “than” in a sentence
I’d rather stay at home than go out.
I’d rather walk than take a bus.
Nothing makes me feel more relaxed than a walk on the beach.
I’m not smarter than you.
Women tend to live longer than men.
He loves me more than you do.
It was much better than I’d expected.
She spent more money than usual.
He came home later than usual.
I value our friendship more than anything.
I now view life differently than I used to.
Viruses are much smaller than bacteria.
Health is more important than wealth.
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