For example,

As and Bs might seem similar, but it is important to draw/make a distinction between the two.

Which one is right?

Thanks.
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Hi,

For example,

As and Bs might seem similar, but it is important to draw/make a distinction between the two.

Which one is right? Both are OK. To me, 'draw a distinction' suggests more that there is not a big difference.

You could also say it is important to distinguish between the two.

Clive
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