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    #1

    among with

    Hi,
    Please tell me what you think of this usage:
    1. She enjoys respect among her peers.
    2. She enjoys respect with her peers.
    3. Rap is only popular among the young.
    4. Rap is only popular with the young.

    Thanks in advance

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    #2

    Smile Re: among with

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble View Post
    Hi,
    Please tell me what you think of this usage:
    1. She enjoys respect among her peers.
    2. She enjoys respect with her peers.
    3. Rap is only popular among the young.
    4. Rap is only popular with the young.
    1. OK (Her peers respect her.)
    2. I don't know what that one is supposed to mean.
    3&4 mean the same thing.

    ~R


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    Re: among with

    Thanks, RonBee.

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