People use differentiate without "between"?elroy said:It is sad that some cannot differentiate Spain and France on a map.
According to dictionary.com, "differentiate" can be transitive. One of the definitions given is the following:Nick said:People use differentiate without "between"?
To me, this sentence is wrong. You would have to say something like There are people who cannot differentiate between France and Spain on a map.
So the "between" is "included," so to speak.To perceive or show the difference in or between; discriminate.
That would be "to compare and contrast."Kräuter_Fee said:To compare does not only mean to find similarities, from my point of view when you compare two things you are trying to see in which aspects they're similar and in which they differ.