A common mistake in English is using than or then in the wrong situation. They sound similar, but they have different meanings.
On this page, you have an exercise about the difference between than and then.
You can find the exercise below:
Than or Then Exercise 4
Complete the sentences by filling in the correct form: than or then.
1.I work a lot more efficiently my coworkers.
2.We'll see you next week .
3.This website is better most other language websites.
4.I don't like the fact that this exercise takes longer the ones we had to make last week.
5.Put on a shirt and your sweater.
6.He shouted and stopped running.
7.I'm usually a lot friendlier I am today.
8.John has read more books me because I don't have time for books anymore.
9.He needs to add whipped cream to his pie.
10.The pie will be tastier an ordinary pie from the supermarket.