Using Words Correctly 2
Make sure you correctly use these commonly confused words:
among, between: Among refers to more than two people or things. Between refers to two people or things.
I started a chat conversation between Charise and myself.
Then I added Claire so that we could talk among the three of us.
complement, compliment: Complement means to "complete something else." Compliment means to "offer praise."
Charise's photos were a nice complement to the story I wrote for the school website.
I also complimented Claire's excellent web design on the project.