Question: Is It Better Than Ever Or Better Then Ever?

What is more than ever?

more than ever adv (to the greatest extent so far).

Is it better than or better then?

The way to keep the pair straight is to focus on this basic difference: than is used when you’re talking about comparisons; then is used when you’re talking about something relating to time.

Is grammatically correct better?

“better” is a comparative form of “good”, so you do not need to (and should not) say “more better”: say either: It is better than your book. It is far better than your book. Using “more better” is against normal grammar, and if it is used it is uneducated and substandard.

What is a sentence for better?

The way it works is by using words which do not appear in the sentence but which are understood to be there. In the sentence: What better way to spend an afternoon than by messing about in boats? the words is there are understood to exist.

Is it less than or less then?

Whenever your expression uses rather or a comparative word such as more, less, older, farther, clearer, etc., your correct choice is than. If you are not making a comparison, the correct word is then. Then shows time, sequence, or consequence.

Is aren’t we all grammatically correct?

Summary: Contractions are only optional in their original position. If they’re moved, they’re frozen. Both “are we not all” (or “are not we all”) and “you need not go there” are valid here, but that is not the same as saying they are interchangeable with “aren’t we all” and “you needn’t go there.”

Has never looked better meaning?

It means you look great. Better than ever before.

What does never been better mean?

“I’ve been better” is used to say that you are not well, or that your day/week/month/year has not been good. … “I’ve never been better” is used to say that you are doing very well, or that your day/week/month/year has been great.

What does better than ever mean?

(-How are you?) -Better than ever!: (-How are you?) -The best I’ve felt in my life! Better than I’ve ever been! Incredible!

What OK then means?

It’s basically an acknowledgement that you heard what somebody said but it implies you have nothing else to say/contribute (or you simply don’t know what to say). A: “I’m going to go shopping, see you later” B: “Ok then, bye”

Why is more better wrong?

“More” implies a higher level of “good.” Therefore, “more better” would imply a level that is better than better. “More better” is never correct. If you want to say that something is better than good, you say it is “better,” but if you want to say it is more than better, you say that it is “best.”

Is grammatically incorrect correct?

Grammatically incorrect implies the work is factually accurate, but has errors in grammar. Gramatical is a term used to describe a phrase or word that follows the rules of grammar. To say something is grammatically incorrect would be like saying it is “right wrong” or “correct incorrect”.