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    I don't know what situation I have to use with are or is in the following sentences. When should I use are or is?

    1. What "is" the difference between A and B?
    2. What "are" the differences between A and B?

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    Re: difference

    It depends- if there's one difference, use 'is'. If there are two or more differences use 'are'. What you have there is correct.

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