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    #1

    What differences exist between the two choices?

    I've just read the sentence below in a book. Is it correct?

    What differences exist between the two choices?
    I am familiar with "what are the differences between the two choices".
    BTW, is the sentence below also correct?

    What are the differences existing between the two choices?
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    Re: What differences exist between the two choices?

    "What differences exist between the two choices?" is a correct sentence. In isolation, it seems a rather pompous way to ask the question you wrote, "What are the differences between the two choices?".

    The sentence "What are the differences existing between the two choices?" is grammatically correct but unnatural.
    I am not a teacher.

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