Thanks for answering ,and last question about it. I have seen this rule on internet ,but it made no sense to me. Is that ok or not?
Note: When talking about dividing and sharing things netween and among more than two people or groups.We can use any of the two.
We shared the work between/ among 4 of us.
Ram divided all his property between/ among his children and grandchildren
No, use among. Only use "between" when talking about 2 things, or a series of comparisons. An example of the latter would be something like "he compared the features between the Ford, Kia and Honda." Because that is really a comparison between ford and Kia, between Ford and Honda and between Kia and Honda.