I found the word "distinction" difficult to use.
In my dictionaries I found the following:
to make/ draw a distinctin between A and B.
to make distinctions between all the meanings of a word.
My question is:
When we say " to make a distinction" generally speaking we have to use "between A and B".
If we use the plural form "distinctions" it should be followed by A in plural form.
Is that right?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
You could make distinctions between A and B, without using the plural. It's not the number of object but the number of differences that is plural here. I can think of many differences between a horse and a dog.
Thank you so much for your explanation. Now I see.
Originally Posted by tdol
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