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Please tell me which sentence is more correct:

It is getting even harder for the firms to pay their debts to each. [/I]
or

It is getting even harder for the firms to pay their debts to each other.[/I]
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... to pay their debts is enough.

You can add to each other, but not just to each.

CJ
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CalifJim... to pay their debts is enough.

You can add to each other, but not just to each.

CJ

To use "each other" makes it clear that the situation is reciprocal.
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PhilipTo use "each other" makes it clear that the situation is reciprocal.
Yes, but that situation in itself is a bit odd, isn't it. I owe you $5 and you owe me $5. Can't we just "call the whole thing off"?

CJ
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PhilipTo use "each other" makes it clear that the situation is reciprocal.
Yes, but that situation in itself is a bit odd, isn't it. I owe you $5 and you owe me $5. Can't we just "call the whole thing off"?

CJ

That thought definitely crossed my mind!Emotion: thinking