Interested in Language
My life style is not comparable with yours. (This is a sentence from a dictionary, so there's no further context.)
Would it be incorrect if I change the sentence using "between"?
The lifestyle is not comparable between you and I.
(I have learned that "similar to" is correct and "similar between" is wrong, so I wanted to make sure about "comparable" too.)
You could say There's no comparison between your lifestyle and mine. Comparable between doesn't work for me.
How about, "There's nothing comparable between my lifestyle and yours"?
I'm not sure what any of these sentences mean though. If you have judged two things incomparable, you must have already made some comparison, so it's self-contradictory.
"Our lifestyles aren't comparable."
"There isn't anything comparable between my lifestyle and yours."
Does it work too?