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why is is "better late than never," rather than "better late then never?"

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  1. cuz if you never do it then you'll probably regret so if you do it, even if it's later, you won't regret it

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  2. I still don't get the than and then difference? :S

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  3. I don't think there is a difference really

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  4. okie dokie :) thanks!

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  5. Oh yes, there IS a difference.

    than = a particle expressing "comparison"
    (it's either this or that)

    then = at that time

    Sra

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  6. I sure hope "Anonymous" and "Lena" check back to discover their mistake!!

    Pay attention to Sra; she's absolutely correct!

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