8 thoughts on “ Then ”

  1. • If then follows that the sign of the risk premium can not be decided apriori. • If not, then - he would still be there next week. • If Yes, then it is a road. • If it then moves away it allows those behind to follow suit. • If not, then that first flight is going to be a short one.
  2. Apr 05,  · Then he was up again, running faster than ever, then the dogs were gaining on him again." In the final sentence in this passage, the first use of "then" orders events, noting that Snowball, the pig, slipped and "then" was up again. The sentence "then" makes a comparison using the word "than": Snowball was running faster "than" he ran before.
  3. Then is also used for representing a point in time afterwards like “Sara won the first and then the second game.” Therefore or in that case is also sometimes denoted by then like “If that’s what you want, then I can’t help you.” When it is used at the end of the sentence it emphasize on .
  4. Dec 15,  · Then Lyrics: We had it good, you know / I spent like six years makin' sure you came home to love / You had it good, you know / I stood by your side / I spent up so much time tryna make you.
  5. then again conj conjunction: Connects words, clauses, and sentences--for example, "and," "but," "because," "in order that." colloquial (on the other hand, however) d'altronde, d'altra parte avv avverbio: Descrive o specifica il significato di un verbo, di una frase, o di parti del discorso: "Sostammo brevemente" - "Ho tirato la palla lontano".
  6. then at that time: He’ll be home then.; soon afterward: Then we’ll have dinner.; next in order Not to be confused with: than – used after comparative words such as other: She is prettier than her sister. then (thĕn) adv. 1. At that time: I was still in school then. Come at noon; I'll be ready then. 2. Next in time, space, or order; immediately.
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