"There is no equality between the citizens."
Translation:No hay igualdad entre los ciudadanos.
I have a doubt with this sentence. When I learned English I was taught that we use "between" when talking about two things or people and "among" when we talk about more than two. I do not know if it is really correct because it seems that this sentence use "between" but it refers to more than two people.
Am I wrong? or Is this sentence just talking about two citizens?
Thanks, I really know that things that we learned at school or academy are not always correct, and the uses of "between" and "among" were one of those things that I have always doubted. Now I know that "between" is not restricted to just two people. Thanks again.
See www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/between-versus-among. As someone who's picky about grammar, the English translation of this sentence is definitely "off." I would have used among, but really, I would have expressed the idea differently to clarify the intended meaning.