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A question about "different from."
Hi! Just a quick question.
I know that we use "different from" to show a distinction between two things, but if we place a noun between "different" and from," does the meaning of the sentence change?
My opinion is different from his.
I have a different opinion from his.
Does the second sentence have the same meaning as the first?
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