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19 Aug 2003, 06:33
What is the difference between "speaking to each other " and "speaking to one another"
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19 Aug 2003, 06:58
mistdew wrote:
What is the difference between "speaking to each other " and "speaking to one another"
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I have seen them used quite interchangably although my preference would be to use "each other" for 2 people.
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27 Oct 2003, 22:38
"speaking to each other " = only 2 people
"speaking to one another" = more than 2 people
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Re: Doubt   [#permalink] 27 Oct 2003, 22:38
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