When do we use THAN with comparatives?

Comparative sentences have two different orders:

My house is bigger.

My house is bigger than your house.

A comparative sentence ALWAYS compares two people or things, however they’re not always mentioned in the same sentence. If they are, we always use than. If the other person or thing is NOT mentioned in the same sentence, we don’t use THAN.

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