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  1. Junior Member
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    • Join Date: May 2005
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    Together Each other

    Could you help me understand the difference between:
    - together
    - each other
    The usage of these words
    Thank you

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    Re: Together Each other

    together, an adverb, means, in association with, and it answers the question How?

    Adverb Test
    Sentence: We did it together.
    Question: How did we do it?
    Answer: Together. (adverb)

    each other is a reciprocal pronoun. For example, if you gave me a pencil and I gave you a pencil, we can say that,

    [1] We gave each other pencils
    [2] We gave pencils to each other.

    If more than two people are involved (let's say the whole class), we would say,

    [3] We gave one another pencils.



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