Usage=Next, after OR used in a sequence of events.
- "After baking the cake at 220 degrees for 20 minutes, leave to cool. Then add the frosting."
- "I will go to work early, and then, after lunch I will meet you at the café to catch up on the current projects your office is doing."
- "First you must call the agency and request an extension; then, you must effect payment online as soon as possible. After that, your request will have been processed.
- Everyone is shorter than I am.
- Group A was better than Group B.
- Comparatives are more difficult than superlatives.
Does the difference between THeN and THaN make sense now?
I sure hope so...Don't forget how important those little, itty-bitty letters are!