Sat 27 Sep, 2014 11:50 am
What are the phrases "each other" and "one another" called. I know that both phrases are the English reciprocal pronouns, but what is the term for the phrases themselves. Do they qualify as noun phrases?
Some geek says that reciprocal pronouns are "pronoun phrases". This seems technically correct to me as they're both phrases by definition and they're also both pronouns.
I would like to know the answer to that. A bit.
Since they refer to a noun (being pronouns) then they may be noun phrases.
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