Originally Posted by 8ankitj
First question I wanted to post: I have seen many of you write different to instead of different from which I thought would be more correct. When I first saw the usage of different to I found it very odd. Now I have got more used to it here. Is it a more common expression used in Australia as opposed to UK? We in India study UK English btw.
I've seen both used quite a bit, and even 'different than'. I have to be honest and say I don't know which, if any, is more correct. I certainly get the impression that they're much of a muchness.
OED agrees. Different from, than, or to? - Oxford Dictionaries Online