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Some kids outside keep yelling to each other, and I can't concentrate on my work.

Hi,

Is it right to say "yelling to each other?" If yes, is it the same as "yelling at each other?" Thanks.
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I yell to someone in order to be heard or to get his attention. I yell at someone because I am angry. This is not, however, a hard and fast distinction.
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'hard and fast' is an idiom. Strong/fixed
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PhilipI yell to someone in order to be heard or to get his attention. I yell at someone because I am angry. This is not, however, a hard and fast distinction.
Thanks, Philip.

Got it.

By the way, what does "a fast distinction" mean?
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