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  1. #1
    britfan is offline Junior Member
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    "different" or "differing" or both

    What's the difference between "different" and "differing"?
    Are both of my sentences correct?
    1. After all we reached an agreement/settlement despite our different views.
    2. After all we reached an agreement/settlement despite our differing views.

  2. #2
    J&K Tutoring Guest

    Re: "different" or "differing" or both

    They're both okay, in my opinion. Not great, but okay. I suggest a comma after all, and I prefer #2.

    I recommend a few words to clarify what "after all" is supposed to mean (after all the time, after all the arguing, etc.).

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