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    #1

    Is the usage correct

    Don't let distances come between us.

    Is the sentence correct or should it be:

    Don't let distance come between us.


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    #2

    Re: Is the usage correct

    Don't let distance come between us is the correct form.

    This is because distance is a noncount noun so it doesn't have a plural.

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