Prepositions Over and Among

Prepositions Over and Among
How to use the prepositions among and over? Here are the explanation and some examples.

Over - to show movement from one side to the other, or across something
The sheep jumped over the fence.

Among  - in the middle of, or surrounded by other things
The diver saw a big cover among the fish in the sea.

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