Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by j@cko, Jun 11, 2001.
which one is correct?
Nearly 15 yr-old thread.
I think it would always be "than".
Rather than. If you are comparing two (or more) things, then it's rather than.
I'd rather be a member of AnandTech rather than a member of HardOCP.
as half Japanese wich is speaking kinda broken Japenglish me thinking it ought 2 be more like
rather than, or not maybe? :
Ok, good. I thought I was right. Cu'z a girl friend of mine send me a message which used "rather then" I was like what the.....
So, I asked another friend, who I shouldn't had asked in the first place. He said it's "rather then" as well. I was like, now I feel like an idiot!...
.. dont correct your girlfriend's grammar.... thats a geek thing to do...
Head over to The Straight Dope. Cecil has already answered this.
Shouldn't have. Not shouldn't had.
Probably a waste of time to correct someone's grammar after nearly 15 years.
Award for weirdest necro?
I don't think your reply will be seen by any of the original posters, the thread is so old that they have all died from old age by now.
ROFL, didn't even notice the date
Necro'd by a grammar nazi no less