1fa gare‘between the walls’ — fa gare ga mabôtana
- within two or more given limits
2lomaganya‘The train runs between Gaborone and Lobatse’ — Terena e lomaganya Gaborone le Lobatse
- connecting two or more people, places, or things
3kgaogana‘Divide this money between you’ — Kgaoganang madi a magareng ga lona
- shared by
4farologanyakgaoganyatshwantshanya‘Can you tell the difference between them?’ — A o ka ba farologanya?
The preposition between should be followed by the object form of the pronoun (me, her, him, them, or us). The expression 'between you and I' is incorrect; say between you and me.
1fa gare‘The house was near a park, but there was a road in between’ — Ntlo e ne e bapile le lefelô la boikhutsô, mme go ne go na le tsela fa gare ga tsônê
- in the space or period of time separating two or more places, dates, etc.