Questions tagged with different

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Their color is different. Their colors are different.
Which one is correct? "Their color is different" or "Their colors are different." The example is comparing two things i.e. ...
is are different comparison 0 votes, asked Jul 02 by William
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The usage of from and than
I guess I have two questions today because I just thought of another one. What about different from and different ...
than from different 0 votes, asked Aug 31 '13 by Chantal
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