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Reply 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?
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Reply Wed 1 Oct, 2014 09:41 am
@miss questions,
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.

Reply Wed 1 Oct, 2014 01:50 pm
@miss questions,

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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Reply Wed 1 Oct, 2014 01:58 pm
@miss questions,
Does the "WISEGEEK" know of your troubles?
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