Monday, 20 February 2012

Than or then?

A comparison? Or a time?

Another Facebook gem from Greg L.


I had no idea that this was such a big issue but, according to the web site thannotthen.net (yes, there's a web site dedicated to the subject) a significant percentage of people aren't aware that the two words have different meanings.

But, as T says above, the difference is very important.

It changes Jenny's preference to a request.

And, if it's fulfilled, she no doubt becomes simultaneously pissed on and pissed off.

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