What is it usually said:

You can choose between these three dates!

You can choose among these three dates!

Why everybody uses "between" even if there are more than two dates???

Thank you in advance.
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Mister Micawber'Between' is idiomatically used with 'difference', no matter the number of choices (perhaps because we are considering the options pair by pair).

In other situations, the rule of 'between' two options and 'among' more than two options applies (though, because of the frequency of the 'difference between' idiom, there is often carryover into other forms among native speakers, I am sure).

Do you mean we should choose only "between", and not "among" in the following sentence?

What's the difference between A, B, and C?
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