Vijay distributed the sweets ________ his friends.
Which one is Correct? Book says among, but I want to know why To cant be used. I think grammatically both correct. Is it?
I'm not sure this a matter of correct or incorrect. It might be one of those "which is the best answer" situations.
: in shares to each of <The candy was divided among the friends.>
To has so many definitions and is such a versatile pronoun that I think we could argue that to also works here. It just happens that among has the exact meaning we seek.