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Hi,
Can anyone please explain when should we use "difference in" and when should we use "difference between" for Sentence Correction questions.

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When the point of difference in discussion is in one entity , we use 'difference in' , and when it is between two entities, we use 'difference between'.
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13 Aug 2012, 05:13
Poonamtandon wrote:
When the point of difference in discussion is in one entity , we use 'difference in' , and when it is between two entities, we use 'difference between'.

Thanks.. these small - 2 topics really help all. keep sending good ones.

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13 Aug 2012, 19:44
Poonamtandon wrote:
When the point of difference in discussion is in one entity , we use 'difference in' , and when it is between two entities, we use 'difference between'.

can you please give example for the same ?

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