Then or Than?

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‘It’s easy to say that typos and spelling errors like then and than are not a big deal. Sometimes they aren’t, at least not in the sense that understanding is diminished.
Other times, however, one letter can make a big difference in the meaning of a sentence. Consider the following examples:

I’d rather walk then take the bus.

vs.

I’d rather walk than take the bus.

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