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They are confusing words, please explain them to me!
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Between - use for two people, two things, whatever. The red house is between the white house and the yellow house.

Among - use for three or more people or things. There was agreement among the three of them about where to go for vacation. The pretty flower grew among the weeds.

(There are some other, subtle things about using "between" but this basic rule will help you for most situations.)
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a‧mong (missing image) also a‧mongst (missing image)
in or through the middle of a group of people or things:
The girl quickly disappeared among the crowd.

I could hear voices coming from somewhere among the bushes.

We walked among the chestnut woods on the mountain slopes.

She began rummaging among the books on her desk.

be‧tween (missing image)

also in between in or through the space that separates two things, people, or places:
I sat down between Sue and Jane.

a house and stables with a yard in between

The ball rolled between his feet.

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between is not only used for two things:

if there are several separate things, we usually say: between.

On the other hand, when it is a matter of a mass of things or people, we use amongEmotion: storm

Our house is between the woods, the river and the village.

Our house is among the trees.
One of my favorite phrases is "Between a rock and a hard place."

In colloquial AmE, "amongst" is rarely used.

When drafting a document in Microsoft Word and writing "in between," Word's spell-checker lights up and says to put a dash in between "in-between!" Emotion: smile
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One of my favorite phrases is "Between a rock and a hard place."

In colloquial AmE, "amongst" is rarely used.

When drafting a document in Microsoft Word and writing "in between," Word's spell-checker lights up and says to put a dash in between "in-between!" Emotion: smile
That's not necessarily true.
I'd say that Paris is between Le Havre and Troyes geographically, but among them as a city in France - despite the fact that I'm only comparing them to two cities.
Fowler's English usage states that people are divided on the usage of among vs. between. Some use between for 2 things such as in "between you and me". Among then would be used for "many" as in "The pirates divided the spoils evenly among them all". Some people might use "amongst".
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'Among' and 'between' are two proper words to use. Both of these words are used as prepositions to show the relationships between or among the items to make a complete clause or sentence. The word ‘between’ is used to refer the things that are distinct and separate. ‘Among’, on the other hand, is used to refer items that are not distinct or separate.

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