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    #1

    each other

    1 help each other
    2 help with each other
    3 help to each other

    Teachers, which one is correct? Thank you!

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    Re: each other

    Without further context, the first is the one you're probably looking for. Can you show us the full sentence you have in mind please?

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    Re: each other

    Mr teechar, you always help me a lot. Many thanks. That is just a phrase. I just wonder if I need to put a preposition between help and each other. But it seems that all three ones are possibly correct acording to your reply. Could you tell me how to use these three phrases? Thank you!

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    Re: each other

    You could say We help each other a lot on the usingenglish.com forum. We offer help with each others' English questions. We offer help to each other.
    I am not a teacher.

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