Common mistake other then (other than)

Common Mistakes in English Grammar

English grammar can sometimes be tricky, leading to common mistakes that even native speakers make. In this article, we will discuss one such mistake: confusing "other then" with "other than".

Other than

The phrase "other than" is used to introduce an exception or contrast to something else. It indicates that there is an alternative or different option.

  • She likes all genres of music other than country.
  • I have no hobbies other than reading.

Other then

The phrase "other then" is incorrect and the correct phrase to use is "other than".

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other then (other than) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    There was no one other then us at the campsite.

    There was no one other than us at the campsite.

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