no sooner when vs no sooner than : Common Errors in English

About no sooner when vs no sooner than

The phrase, “No sooner had Paula stopped petting the cat when it began toyowl” should be instead “No sooner had Paula stopped petting the catthan it began to yowl.”

no sooner than in News

  • 13 Quincy beaches reopen; four in Braintree, Hingham still closed

    No sooner than they were closed because of  bacteria contamination, all 17 Quincy beaches have passed water quality tests and will be open in time for the first weekend of summer. One beach in Braintree and three in Hingham remain closed.    
    on June 20, 2013 Source: The Patriot Ledger

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