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Modern cyclists face a bewildering array of choices as they select

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Modern cyclists face a bewildering array of choices as they select between mountain, road, street, and now even hybrid bicycles.

(A) select between mountain, road, street, and now even hybrid bicycles

(B) select between mountain, road, street, or even hybrid bicycles

(C) select between mountain, road, street, even hybrid bicycles

(D) choose among mountain, road, street, and even hybrid bicycles

(E) choose among mountain, road, street, or even hybrid bicycles
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I will go with D; As there are multiple objects, it has to be among and not between . I believe among also uses and conjunctions to show the subgroups.
For Eg: I dont like anyone among you , your sister and your friends.
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I will go with D;
The correct way to express is- choose/ select among A, B, C, D and E.
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There is a list of types of bicycles and types are more than 2 so among. And with among there should be AND.
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A question regarding the use of between and among...

Since we have more than two objects but all of them are specified, isn't this an exception in which we can use between?

If the passage said "four types of bikes" instead of "mountain, road, street, and even hybrid bicycles" it would be clear to me that we should use among.

Can anyone explain this to me?

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New post 24 Jul 2018, 07:57
I don't like the question. Here is the case when "between" can be used with objects that count more than two.
https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/educa ... rsus-among
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