Jim (happinessiseasy) wrote,
Jim
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Grammar Rant of the Day: Different (Than/From)

Use "different from" when comparing two people or objects. "That shirt is different from mine."

Use "different than" only as a joiner of a subordinate clause. "The room is different than when I last visited."

Use "different to" if you're British.
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