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PRONOUN
Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words
Reciprocal Pronoun

Reciprocal pronouns are used when two or more subjects (people or things) are doing the same thing, and experiencing the same consequences.

We use reciprocal pronouns in following situations:

there must be two or more people, things or groups involved, and
they must be doing the same thing.

The reciprocal pronouns are:

1. each other and

2. one another.

Each other is used when there are only two people.

Reciprocal Pronouns
 
Reciprocal Pronouns show mutual relationship. e.g. each other, one another etc.
Examples
The two girls met each other.  
The students helped one another in the team project work.  
(Here each other shows relationships between two girls and one other shows relationship between more than two.)
Uses of Reciprocal Pronouns.
 
Examples
They can't see each other.
Simran and Raj love each other.
Rahul and Meena hate each other.
Both teams played hard against each other.
Why don't you believe each other?
At Dipawali, people give gifts to one another.
The gangsters were fighting one another.
Love one another.
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Types of Pronouns Uses of Pronouns - It, One, Oneself, One's
Personal Possessive Reflexive Demonstrative Indefinite
Distributive Reciprocal Relative Interrogative WH-Question Words