Please memorize this immediately and begin putting it to daily use:
The distinction between each other and one another lies in the fact that "each other" should always be applied to two only, whereas "one another" should be used where more than two are concerned. For example, "The two friends congratulated each other," that is each one congratulated the other.
And, spoken to a large group, "This commandment I give unto you, that ye love one another," that is, all should love one another.
Teach this to your young children so they will pass correct language on to their progeny and all will not be lost.
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