Among or Between?

When more than two things, or a group, are involved, among is preferred. Examples: We divided the supplies among the class. “Divide the cookies among yourselves,” suggested Grandma. Between is used when it involves two items, people, or entities. Examples: Between you and me, I don’t agree with the company’s plan. The agreement was made

Conscience vs. Conscious

Conscience and conscious come from the same Latin word conscius and their word elements mean with and knowledge, but they are used differently. conscience: (noun) sense of the quality of one’s character and conduct; adherence to moral principles; consideration of justice. This is the “voice” in our heads that kicks in when we have a