Correction: B= than jumping instead of from jumping
What's the difference between C and D?
When you use "different from" something, you need to have a noun (or noun form, such as this -- a gerund) after it.
When you use "different than" something, you need to have a clause (w/ subject and verb) after it.
C has a semi-colon. D has a comma.
Scroll down to find "different."
Ok, I have the write answer which is C.. But why would it be right?
The diff between C,D= semicolon
Oh, I see it now.
Do you see my answer? Understand??
I see how it can be different from, but there are like 2 other sentences with different from
I understand why they are wrong, I just can't like figure out the rule.
I gave you the rule above:
"different from" ~~> noun or noun phrase
"different than" ~~> clause
Ok, I see now. Thank you!
Here's another source if you need it:
Scroll almost all the way to the bottom to read about this issue. An authority is named here, too.
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