different opinions from you

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Jawel7, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Jawel7

    Jawel7 Senior Member

    Hello friends.
    I do not know whether I can say:" I have different opinions from you, I have a different car from you".
    I have the same opinion as you, is okay
    I have opinions different from yours, is also okay.
    but how about using "different" before a noun and using "from" after the word ?
    It doesnt seem to be good, I think.
  2. PaulQ

    PaulQ Senior Member

    English - England
    :confused: Opinions is a noun...

    " I have different opinions from yours," :thumbsup:
    I have a different car from yours". :thumbsup:
  3. GreenWhiteBlue

    GreenWhiteBlue Senior Member

    The City of New York
    USA - English
    To expand on what PaulQ said, my opinions are not different from you; they are different from your opinions.
    My car is not different from you; it is instead different from your car.

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