which one can i say. i would prolly expect more than one difference between the two sports, right. so should i pluralize it
what is the difference between football and rugby
what are the differences between football and rugby
Yes, plural - unless you want to be extremely sarcastic: 'What is the difference between football and rugby? They both involve a lot of overgrown schoolboys chasing a ball about a field. Different shape of ball - that's all.'
The second is technically correct, but the first would also be very common.
Originally Posted by Unregistered
"Difference" can be used as a state of being and, as such, can be uncountable.
"Prolly" should be "probably".
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