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"Students can discuss to obtain the right concepts with each other."

or

"Students can discuss to obtain the right concepts each other."

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Hello Tommyensr

It's quite difficult to understand the meaning of these sentences. I would guess that you meant to say:

'Students can discuss this with each other, in order to arrive at the correct conclusions.'

But I may have misconstrued.

What is the context, or the original sentence?

MrP
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'Discuss with each other' is correct, Tommy.

But your sentence needs other work:

'Students can discuss subjects with each other in order to arrive at the correct conclusions', to make a meld of MrP's suggestion and my own.
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"studying with a group makes boring subjects more interesting because students can discuss them with each other."

in above sentence, i just want to know that it should use "with each other" or "each other"?

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thank you very much
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now i understand it clearly.

very thank you