Reciprocal Pronoun definition

Reciprocal Pronoun definition:

Reciprocal Pronoun definition is used when the subject and object or more do the same thing but mention or refer to the two-way relationship in the sentence, Each other, one another.

There are two reciprocal pronouns, and both of them allow you to form sentences more easily. They’re especially useful once you get to express an equivalent general idea quite once. “Each Other” and “One another”.

Reciprocal pronouns are easy to practice, when you need to mention two people, you will usually use “Each Other”.

Meanwhile relating to more than two people, for example, the students in a lecture hall, you will normally use “One another”


  1. Huzaifa and Fahad work with each other. (two-person).
  2. we try to help each other. (two-person).
  3. All succeeded students giving congratulations to one another. (more than two people).
  4. I and my friends always sit in the class with one another. (more than two people).
  5. The Boys are fighting one another.
  6. Gina and Mary are talking to each other.
  7. We give each other presents during the holidays



a) Reciprocal pronouns do not use in plural form.

b) Each other is always used for two persons.

c) One another is always used for more than two persons.

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