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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #25854: Between / among
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    Between / among

    Between and among


     Between: is used when you are comparing or referring to two people or things.


     Among: is used for three or more.


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    1. If my black shoes are not those that are being repaired, I will wear them to the party.

    2. The two sisters divided the proceeds themselves.

    3. I sat my father and my mother.

    4. The girl quickly disappeared the crowd.

    5. the four of us, I don't think there is one who can keep a secret!

    6. If he has to choose cake or pie, then he will choose pie every time.

    7. Children must attend school the ages of 5 and 16.

    8. Tom could hear voices coming from somewhere the bushes.

    9. We spent a lot of time travelling London and Cambridge.

    10. Terry relaxed, knowing he was friends.

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