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Which interpretation is more accurate?

How does A differ from B?

A) In what ways are A and B different?

B) How much are A and B different?

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Which interpretation is more accurate?

How does A differ from B?

A) In what ways are A and B different?

B) How much are A and B different? This is incorrect. Say

eg How are A and B different?

eg Is there a big diffeence beteween A and B?

But the most common wording is

eg What's the difference between A and B?

Clive

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A)

I'd say "different" is the adjective for "differ" in much the same way as "abhorrent" is for "abhor" or "salient" is for "sally".

anonymous"different" is the adjective for "differ"

Emotion: yes

anonymousas "abhorrent" is for "abhor"

Emotion: yes

anonymous"salient" is for "sally"

Emotion: noEmotion: no

The better examples are

sufficient / suffice
indulgent/indulge
repellent/repel
obedient / obey
deterent/deter
deferent/defer
convergent / converge
absorbent / absorb
convalescent / convalesce

Thank you very much, Clive.

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Thank you very much, AlpheccaStars and anonymous:-)