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“Each other” vs. “one another”

Those using Irish Sign Language, American Sign Language or British Sign Language, will not automatically understand one another.

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Those using Irish Sign Language, American Sign Language or British Sign Language, will not automatically understand each other.

which one is correct?

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marked as duplicate by Matt E. Эллен, JSBձոգչ, simchona Nov 26 '12 at 22:07

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

    
They're both fine - no difference in meaning, but each other is more common. Maybe some people might think one another is more "formal", but I don't. – FumbleFingers Nov 26 '12 at 21:46

They both mean the same thing and are both equally correct!

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