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Section 11.2.7

Reciprocal Pronouns

Reciprocal pronouns are special pronouns that areused when the individual members that make up a pluralsubject noun take eachother as their objects. Some common reciprocalpronouns are each other and one another.

The astronauts congratulated one another aftersuccessfully completing the mission. [The members of the subject,astronauts, take the other members of their own group as objects.]

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