Between & Among – What is the difference?

One hurdle that students face when they set out to learn english is the  struggle with confusing words. English vocabulary can be tricky and a common error that speakers make is to confuse “between” with “among”.

Most of us think that between is used to refer to two objects while among is used for more than two. There is some truth to that, but it is a little more nuanced.

Watch our English lesson video to understand the difference between these two prepositions so that you can use them correctly. We include a number of examples and images to help you easily grasp their meaning and usage. 


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