Is this correct in English?
• Cambridge, England
21 Dec 11
I can only say that those people who are inclined to be over-pedantic should regard "Think different" as a recursive function (in programming terms). "Think different" actually derives its aphoristic vitality from being 'different', grammatically. Such things are the lifeblood of "thinking English".
• Davao, Philippines
22 Dec 11
I'm also familiar with that quote, "Think Different"...Well that's okay, nothing wrong with it grammatically.Think different! that is in a passive form, in a form of an imperative sentence. It is considered that "You" is the hidden subject, while the verb (predicate) is think and the object is 'different' which is a noun here..that carries more of an adverb meaning...What ever...but for me, this is correct grammar. Think differently is correct, too. No Problem...
21 Dec 11
Grammatically speaking, we say "think differently", because we need to use an adverb to modify the verb "think". When we learn English, we need to follow its grammar rules to learn correct English, which is very important for us learners. Take care.