[Vocabulary] between/in between

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LiuJing

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Is there any difference between the following two sentences?


Between the two buildings is a huge parking lot.

In between the two buildings is a huge parking lot.

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Is there any difference between the following two sentences?


Between the two buildings is a huge parking lot.
There is a huge parking lot between the two buildings.
In between the two buildings is a huge parking lot.
I didn't hear this in my life.
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There is a huge parking lot between the two buildings.

There is Building A on the right and Building B on the left.
The parking lot is located in between.

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