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When English actors take roles in American films, conflicts

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When English actors take roles in American films, conflicts about acting theory inevitably occur; during the recent filming of a certain American movie, disagreement erupted between those who stress technique with those who believe in directly experiencing and re-creating emotion

between those who stress technique with those who believe

between those who stress technique and those who believe

between those stressing technique with the ones believing

among those stressing technique with those believing

among the ones who stressed technique and those who believed
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2005, 08:57
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between those who stress technique with those who believe
No. Wrong Idiom
between those who stress technique and those who believe
Keep. Parallelism.
between those stressing technique with the ones believing
No. Wrong Idiom
among those stressing technique with those believing
No. Among is the wrong usage
among the ones who stressed technique and those who believed
No. Among is the wrong usage
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between to compare two groups
idiom- between A and B
A & B -- should be parallel (those who ..)
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 00:31
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...between....and....
among is used when comparison is made for more than 2
Between is used when comparison is made between only 2
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 [#permalink] New post 25 Jul 2005, 07:52
OA is B
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