Student or Learner
And "and that" refers to "and in that"(and because)?
4.1 3 Reciprocal pronouns
As with reflexive pronouns, the reciprocal pronouns each other and one another
mark identity with the referent of a preceding noun phrase within the same
clause, usually in subject position. They differ from reflexive pronouns in that the
reference is to more than one entity and that there is a mutual relationship
between the entities: X and Y like each other means that X likes Y and Y likes X.
I don't think you like each other very much. (co~v)
We always speak French to each other. (co~v)
It is only by teaching respect for one another that different races can live
peacefully together. (NEWS)
NOT A TEACHER
Source: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English27 in that used after a statement to begin to explain in what way it is true : I’ve been lucky in that I have never had to worry about money.
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