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We use between to say that somebody or something is between two or more clearly separate objects.
We use between, not among, after difference.
We use among when somebody/something is in a group or a mass of people or things which we do not see separately.
Among can mean ‘one of’, ‘some of’ or ‘included in’.
|Category: Problem Points | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-06-21)|
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