Reciprocal Pronoun

Reciprocal Pronoun

There are just two reciprocal pronouns in English:

  • Each other
  • One another

They are used to indicate that people do the same thing, feel the same way, or have the same relationship. If you like someone like someone for instance and the person likes you too, you say, ‘we like each other.

There is a slight difference between each other and one another. Each other is often used when there are only two people or things while one another is used when there are more than two.


The six members of staff are always at one another’s throats.

The couple enjoyed each other during their honeymoon.

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