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    Suppose there were twins in a family, and they both was named to be "Tom". They was brought up nicely by their parents. But one day one Tom ran away because his father was always getting at him. So now only one Tom is there.

    Now I am writing this sentence, please check it whether correct or wrong.

    You are talking about the Tom who ran away from the home, but I am talking about the other/another Tom who stays still in home.

    Also please help me which one of these options is correct? i.e. other or another

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    Re: other/another

    The other Tom, who is still (staying) at home.

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