Grammar

Rob McCartney
Flashcards by Rob McCartney, updated more than 1 year ago
Rob McCartney
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GMAT GMAT Flashcards on Grammar, created by Rob McCartney on 06/20/2013.
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“We divided our winnings between the three of us.” Correct? Incorrect! Among/between: Among is used to refer to relationships involving more than two objects. Between is used to refer to relationships involving only two objects.
“She and I divided the cake between us. Correct? Correct! Among/between: Among is used to refer to relationships involving more than two objects. Between is used to refer to relationships involving only two objects.
“We divided our winnings among the three of us.” Correct? Correct! Among/between: Among is used to refer to relationships involving more than two objects. Between is used to refer to relationships involving only two objects. Examples: Correct: “We divided our winnings among the three of us.” Incorrect: “We divided our winnings between the three of us.”
“Mom and I had to go to the store.” “He gave the present to Dad and me.” Correct? Correct! Pronouns: Myself should not be used as a substitute for I or me. Examples: Correct: “Mom and I had to go to the store.” Incorrect: “Mom and myself had to go to the store.” Correct: “He gave the present to Dad and me.” Incorrect: “He gave the present to Dad and myself.”
“She likes to jog in the morning.” Correct? Correct Correct: “They ranged in age from 10 to 15.” Incorrect: “They ranged in age from 10 up to 15.”
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