In this video, learn the difference between Rather Than and Instead Of and improve your advanced English grammar.
Rather than is used to state a preference. Because of that, it’s often used with the verb "prefer". Rather than combines the two preferences into one sentence.
Instead of is used for substitution. You substitute one thing for another.
They’re similar in meaning, but not used interchangeably.
You’ll also learn the sentence structure that’s required to form a complete sentence using Rather Than and Instead Of so you can improve your advanced English grammar.
Feel comfortable using Rather Than and Instead Of by the end of the video.
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