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Practice | Difference between Other, Another, the Other, Others in English

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Basic Level

Instructions

Based on this lesson, type the missing words below using one of the following:

other • another • the other • others • each other • every other

When you are finished, click “Answer.”

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  1. Some people love this movie, but hate it!
  2. I’m glad you like my apple pie. Would you like slice?
  3. You don’t know me because I started working here just day.
  4. Tim and Karen are here, but I don’t know where children are.
  5. He only thinks of himself. He never thinks of .
  6. This is only one way to explain this. There are many ways to explain it.
  7. Mr. Alvarez was my favorite teacher in high school. I never had teacher as good as he was.
  8. After their big fight, they never talk to anymore.
  9. During difficult times, families help .
  10. I know I made a big mistake. Can you give me chance?

  1. Some people love this movie, but others hate it!
  2. I’m glad you like my apple pie. Would you like another slice?
  3. You don’t know me because I started working here just the other day.
  4. Tim and Karen are here, but I don’t know where the other children are.
  5. He only thinks of himself. He never thinks of others.
  6. This is only one way to explain this. There are many other ways to explain it.
  7. Mr. Alvarez was my favorite teacher in high school. I never had another teacher as good as he was.
  8. After their big fight, they never talk to each other anymore.
  9. During difficult times, families help one another.
    (each another is also correct.).
  10. I know I made a big mistake. Can you give me another chance?

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