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    please answer me

    Hi teacher,
    Is it correct to say " They sit with eachother". It sounds awkward because, when I say " we communicate with eachother", it represents some kind of activity between two partners. Please explain.

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    Re: please answer me

    'They sit with each other' is OK, Zaffar-- for instance, 'they sit with each other in science class'. It means that they sit at the same desk. Did you have another meaning in mind?

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