15 – Among vs Between – Confusing English Words

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Episode 15 - Among vs Between - Confusing English Words

Welcome to Happy English Podcast Episode 15 – Among vs. Between. These two prepositions are similar in meaning, but are used differently. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look and see just what the differences are.

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  1. Hello, Teacher Michael!
    Here are my answers:
    1. We can find the garden and the fish pond on George’s property.
    2. In his garden he is growing the plants, flowers and some vegetables.

    I love all your podcasts, Teacher Michael. They are very useful. But the podcast “A cup of Joe” is my favourite among the other podcasts.

    Thank you a lot!
    I will look forward to a lot of podcasts from you! 🙂

  2. Good morning, Michael,

    1. We can find a nice garden and a fish pond on George’s property.
    2. Three things are growing in the garden. They are plants, flowers, and vegetables.

    My favorite is “EPISODE 07 – FIND VS. FIND OUT”. I realized that I sometimes had used “find” incorrectly to mean “find out”. It is really hard to use prepositions correctly.

  3. Hello,
    1. The two things we can find at George’s property are Garden and Fishpond.
    2. There’re three things are growing in the garden. They are plants, flowers and vegetables.

    Among all of Happy English podcasts, postcast number 12 is my favorite.
    Great day Michael,

  4. Michael,
    Can we use the word “amid” with the same sense of among or between?

    For example: “She is amid her friends” and “She is among her friends” are both correct?

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