|"each other" and |
|indicate a reciprocal relationship|
|"every other"||can give the idea of "alternate"|
|"the other"||is used in time expressions, such as|
the other day, the other morning,
the other week, etc. and refers to
the recent past.
|"the other day"||means "a few days ago" or "not long ago"|
|"one after the other"|
and "one after another"
|expresses the idea that separate actions|
occur very close in time.
|"other than"||is usually used after a negative to mean "except"|
|"in other words"||is used to explain the meaning of a preceding|
sentence in simpler or clearer terms