I want to ask one more thing
It is 'differ from'
She is different from you.
She is different than you.
She is more different from you.
She is more different than you.
Which are correct?
Last edited by esmaa; 14-Aug-2011 at 02:48.
I am not a teacher.
different from, different than
Some purists consider only different from to be correct.
Note that when a clause follows, than becomes a conjunction, but from and to remain prepositions.
different than we thought
different from what we thought
different to what we thought