“Different from” versus “Unlike”

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I see this commonly in scholarly papers, so I figured I’d make a quick post about it.

Often I will see a sentence that begins with the words “Different from.” Although this phrase works well in the middle of sentences, in my opinion it is not very good for starting sentences.

For instance, in the example sentence below, the author wishes to show Continue reading “Different from” versus “Unlike”