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What's the difference between some phrases "different from" , "different with" and "different to";"similar to"and "similar with"
Dec 17, 2007 12:34 PM
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The correct phrase grammatically is "different from". Many people incorrectly say "different than". Both phrases are used but only the first is correct. "I am different from you because I like red and you like blue." The phrases "different with" and "different to" are not correct phrases. "Similar to" is a correct phrase. "That shirt is similar to a shirt I already own." "Similar with" is not a correct phrase. I hope this helps!
December 17, 2007
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