Learn English – “No difference” or “no different”


A: What do you want to eat for dinner?

B : No difference/No different.

Which is correct and why?

Best Answer

No difference is a noun phrase, whereas no different is an adjective phrase. Compare:

This candidate's agenda is no different from that one's.

There is no difference between the agenda of the two candidates.

As regards your particular example, I agree with @Will in that "anything" would be a better response than no difference. No different would be completely wrong.