- 1 Post By billmcd
I am a bit confused about how to use 'differently'. As far as I know the preposition after differently is 'from'. At the same time the following sentence sounds very strange to me:
'Did they behave differently from normally in the lessons?'
Is this correct? If not, how would it be good?
Thank you in advance,
Re: differently from
"Did they behave differently from normal........." In this example "differently" is an adverb modifying "behave" and "normal" is used as a noun.
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