What Is Their Main Difference?
Some of the uses of the word 'from*' are:
- to indicate where something started or someone was born. In order words, it is used to show the place of origin:
No one can get a reaction
- to show the time of the starting point of something:
The show is
The convention will be
'Than' is mainly used as a conjunction. In this case, it helps comparing two thing, situations, etc. Have a look:
Louis is shorter
I woke up much earlier
Why Are They Confusing?
In some languages, 'from' and 'than' are translated as one work. This is mainly because there is only one equivalent for these two words, therefore learners with languages like Persian who are learning English as their second language may confuse the two.
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