In this video, learn how to use "among" and "between" in English.
There's a myth that "between" is used for 2 items and "among" is used for 3 or more items.
This isn't true.
"Between" is used to identify items as distinct or individual. Although "between" is commonly used with 2 items, it can be used with 2 or more items.
"Among" is used to identify a group of items as a whole. The group must contain 3 or more items. When you use "among" you're not referring to individual item, you're referring to them as a whole group.
In the lesson you'll learn how to use "among" and "between" and see practical examples with both.
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