I’ve used then instead of than before — and some words I get wrong every time. I’m a sound speller which doesn’t always work out.

I’ve used then instead of than before — and some words I get wrong every time. I’m a sound speller which doesn’t always work out.

I think the reason it’s in use is the “am” is an implied/ missing part of the sentence.
“Better than I [am]”.
You’re smarter than I am =
You’re smarter than me.
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Wait: that means I could say:
You’re smarter than I’m.
yikes.
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