Could someone tell me please, what the difference between "blant" and "mellom" is?
as "blant" means "among" and "mellom" means "between" we can say that between is describing the situation where a person is between TWO things; among is used when you find yourself sourranded by more than two things, in my opinion
I hate it when I write in English, and it was a listening exercise. I think duo should still accept this, but maybe show a warning.
"Among" gives a sense of anonymity - either the people you are among don't realize you are there, or you are speaking from a third party perspective ("the criminal was among the innocent victims")
"With" is the much more common usage to imply that you are in the company of others.
So definitely slightly different senses, but if I was to translate this, I would assume the second choice of "with" if I didn't have the context to tell which sense it was. :D