Posted by Merriam Webster on July 08, 2017 at 17:45:12:
In Reply to: Re: Lavar ball posted by Grammar cop on July 08, 2017 at 17:34:56:
: : : You cant talk all this that your better then hall of famers and make excuses when he played like he was not ready for the big lights and when you roll your nba socks down so they dont see nba logo only Bbb on your shoes is so disrestfull to jerry west laker legand
: : You can and he did. Also its you're, NBA, BBB, disrespectful and legend. But other then that you are ok. Lol
: It's "it's"!!!!!
Basic English Lesson of the Day:
"Then" is an adverb that refers to a point in time. Example: "The team lost the first game, but then won the second game."
"Than" is a conjunction and preposition, used to introduce a comparison or exception. Example: "He is better than I am at basketball" or "I am better at writing English than you are."
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