Chapter 1-3-11: Reciprocal Pronouns

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A reciprocal pronoun is a pronoun used to refer to people who share the same actions or feelings. Examples of reciprocal pronouns are each other, and one another.

The highlighted words in the following sentences are reciprocal pronouns:

They love one another.

They trust each other implicitly.

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