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Prepositions - Among

1. Among can mean surrounded by.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
They camped in the woods among the trees.

2. Among can mean with each other.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
The children quarreled among themselves.

Typical verbs before among:
argue, celebrate, debate, discuss something, fight, play, share something, talk

3. Among can mean to the individuals in a group.

Pattern: verb + among + plural (three or more) noun
They distributed the flyers among the students.

Typical verbs before among: distribute, hand out, pass out

4. Among can mean included in a group.
Your friends are among the survivors.

5. Among can indicate many of a group.
Latin dancing is popular among the college students.
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