More than one.
The word 'then' is only used to denote time and sequence, e.g. "We then went out for dinner."
The word 'than' is used to compare, as in 'more than', 'less than', 'better than' and so on.
Liz will use a CD-R compact disk to write to more than once. Carlo will use a CD-RW compact disk to write to more than once. Who is using the correct disk for its purpose?
The correct way is to say \"I\'m more of a Dietrich than a Garland\".
In English it would be more correct to say I\'m more of a Dietrch than a Garland.
You should have the symbol on your keyboard; >
You should write 54 since it is a number more than ten.
'when more than one are' is the correct phrase.
No it shouldn't be "loves" this is the incorrect tense. You should say: Nobody will love you more than I do.
No, not really. You should simply say full or something is more, or less, full than something else. Its is correct to say a lot fuller . some would even say that more full is actually incorrect if one follows strict grammatical rules. Saying more full is like saying more faster or more higher.
The latter is correct. It is shortened from "than I am."
earlier for two options (which is actually one option!), earliest for more than two options.