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EACH OTHER \u0026 ONE ANOTHER | Reciprocal pronouns

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“each other” and “one another” are reciprocal pronouns.
We use them to show that each person in a group of people does something to the others. Each person receives the benefits of the action.

In modern English, \”each other\” and \”one another\” have the same meaning and use.

Example context Mark gave Jane a gift and Jane gave Mark a gift.
In this context, we can say \”Mark and Jane gave each other gifts.\” Or we can say \”Mark and Jane gave one another gifts.\”
(There are many more examples and explanations in the video)
We can also form possessive adjectives “each other’s” and “one another’s”.

A possessive adjective describes who owns something or who possesses something.

Mark and Jane often use each other’s phones.
Mark and Jane often use one another’s phones.

Common mistakes

\”each other\” is 2 separate words. \”eachother\” is wrong.

\”each other\” and \”one another\” do NOT have a plural form:
\”They helped each others.\” (wrong)
\”They helped one anothers.\” (wrong)

Speaking practice with an English teacher:
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Possessive adjectives:\u0026index=28\u0026list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff
Personal pronouns:\u0026index=26\u0026list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff
Possessive pronouns:\u0026index=29\u0026list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff
Reflexive pronouns:\u0026index=32\u0026list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff
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EACH OTHER \u0026 ONE ANOTHER | Reciprocal pronouns

การใช้ each

Each ทำหน้าที่ได้ 2 แบบ คือ
1. Adjective จะตามด้วยคำนาม แปลว่า แต่ละ ทุกๆ รายตัว อันละ
2. Pronoun จะสามารถอยู่โดดๆได้เลย แปลว่า ทุกคน ทุกสิ่ง ต่าง
Each จะตามด้วยคำนามที่เป็นเอกพจน์เท่านั้น
ถ้ามี of มาช่วย จะสามารถ ตามด้วย คำนามที่เป็นพหูพจน์ได้
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ALL, EVERY, EACH – English grammar lesson

What is the difference between all, every and each?
In this English grammar lesson we explain the difference between these words and give example sentences to help with understanding.
First we have a general explanation about the difference.
Then we look at how we use ALL with a plural noun and EVERY and EACH with singular nouns.
We also show how EVERY can be with plural nouns when there is a number between them e.g. Every two hours.
Next we look at using object pronouns with EACH.
Then we look at the the difference between EACH and EVERY.
We also explain which word we cannot use with ALMOST and NEARLY.
We then compare the difference between ALL and EACH.
Finally we look at the difference between ALL and EVERY?
Here are the sections of our English lesson about ALL, EVERY, EACH:
0:00 Introduction
0:15 General Explanation
1:58 All + plural noun
3:06 Every / Each + plural noun
4:21 Every + number + plural noun
4:53 Each + of + object pronoun
5:21 What is the difference between EACH and EVERY?
6:18 Almost / Nearly + Every
6:48 What is the difference between ALL and EACH?
7:59 What is the difference between ALL and EVERY?
8:42 What to use with uncountable nouns.
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ALL, EVERY, EACH - English grammar lesson

ติว TOEIC : เลิกจำผิด❌ every some no any ใช้ยังไง?

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ติว TOEIC : เลิกจำผิด❌  every some no any ใช้ยังไง?

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