|Reviews for Chuck the first intersect|
| Mad about the Boro chapter 19 . 2/19
Cool story! Your English could use some work (misuse of punctuation makes it difficult to follow; though that may just be a formatting error when you uploaded...), though that's understandable seeing as it's not your native tongue. Otherwise, it's a great story! I hope you can continue it some day...
| gasacan90 chapter 19 . 1/10
Great chapter keep up the great work
| ruminia chapter 19 . 11/3/2017
I am looking forward for more. I just spotted this piece of art a day ago and I couldn't stop reading until the last chap.
Please. I wanna read more *_* I think this is amazing
| Deathzbreath chapter 19 . 9/28/2017
Nice update looking forward to more!
| baldcoder chapter 19 . 9/25/2017
Another great chapter. It'll be interesting to see where it goes next.
| Aryan229 chapter 19 . 9/25/2017
| Aryan229 chapter 18 . 3/4/2017
great and amazing story. loved it. update soon.
| miguelalberto.2 chapter 18 . 3/1/2017
Good history, I want more
| baldcoder chapter 18 . 2/27/2017
Uh, oh! What's mamma Bartowski gonna do? Great chapter. Thanks for updating!
| Deathzbreath chapter 17 . 11/13/2016
Wow really good story so far can't wait for more!
| baldcoder chapter 17 . 10/15/2016
Glad you are writing this again. Good chapter. I like it.
| Tempe4Booth chapter 16 . 7/16/2016
are you planning on continuing this?
| baldcoder chapter 16 . 6/9/2016
Even though the grammar and spelling aren't the greatest, it is still a good story. I've enjoyed it. I hope you might have time to update it someday. As far as Chuck easily forgiving people... that is who Chuck is... that is what makes Chuck, Chuck! But this is your story, so you should write it as you see fit. ;)
| NoNeedForAName chapter 1 . 3/28/2016
Than vs Then
The English words than and then look and sound a lot alike, but they are completely different. If this distinction is harder than it should be, read this lesson and then try again.
Than is a conjunction used in comparisons:
Tom is smarter than Bill.
This is more important than you might think.
Is she taller than you?
Yes, she is taller than I.
Technically, you should use the subject pronoun after than (e.g., I), as opposed to the object pronoun (me). However, English speakers commonly use the object pronoun.
Then has numerous meanings.
1. At that point in time
I wasn’t ready then.
Will you be home at noon? I’ll call you then.
2. Next, afterward
I went to the store, and then to the bank
Do your homework and then go to bed
3. In addition, also, on top of that
He told me he was leaving, and then that I owed him money
It cost $5,000, and then there’s tax too
4. In that case, therefore (often with "if")
If you want to go, then you’ll have to finish your homework.
Then you should eat.
The Bottom Line
Than is used only in comparisons, so if you’re comparing something use than. If not, then you have to use then. What could be easier than that?
| Baby Huey chapter 1 . 3/28/2016
You need to do some some serious editing on this story. I want to read it,but the spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors are too distracting.