Question: Is It OK Than Or Then?

What is OK then mean?

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”.

How do you use then?

Then is also used to indicate what happens or happened next, or what should be done next, as in the following sentences:First I went to the store, and then I got gas.Finish your homework, and then you can watch TV.Turn right at the next street, then turn left at the light.

Is Okay rude?

More words in general sound more polite Gretchen McCulloch, an internet linguist and author of the upcoming book Because Internet, said OK is not inherently rude but the length of a reply matters. “Anything that’s shorter can sound curter, anything that’s longer can sound more polite,” McCulloch said.

Which is or that is?

In a defining clause, use that. In non-defining clauses, use which. Remember, which is as disposable as a sandwich bag. If you can remove the clause without destroying the meaning of the sentence, the clause is nonessential and you can use which.

What is a good sentence for then?

[M] [T] I ate a burger then went to bed. [M] [T] I wish I had been with her then. [M] [T] She wasn’t dancing with him then. [M] [T] She wasn’t friendly with him then.

Which comes first next or then?

We use a comma after “first”, “next”, “then” and “finally” when they introduce the sentence that describes the action. “first”: for an action that happens before any others. We can also use “first” at the end of the sentence.

Can a sentence start with then?

Yes, you can start a sentence with then. However, the clause that begins with then should go last: … Then indicates a consequence or a result, which is why it should go at the end of any group of sentences that describe actions that create that consequence.

Is but then grammatically correct?

You use but then before a remark which suggests that what you have just said should not be regarded as surprising. He was a fine young man, but then so had his father been.

Is it less than or 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.

What do you reply to okay then?

Unless you want to get into an endless cycle of “Ok” then “Ok, great!” then “Ok, fine” etc etc, leave it at the first ok and don’t reply at all. Just smile and move on, either to another topic or another location.

How do you spell then?

Than is used for comparison, and both than and comparison have the letter ‘a’ in their spellings. Then is used for time, and both then and time have the letter ‘e’ in their spellings.

What mean then?

1 : at that time. 2a : soon after that : next in order of time walked to the door, then turned. b : following next after in order of position, narration, or enumeration : being next in a series first came the clowns, and then came the elephants. c : in addition : besides then there is the interest to be paid.