Other means ‘additional or extra’, or ‘alternative’, or ‘different types of’. …. The other with a singular noun means the second of two things or people, or the opposite of a set of two: …. We use each other and one another to show that each person in a group of two or more people does something to the others.
When other as a pronoun refers to more than one person or thing, it takes the plural form, others: Some scientists think we should reduce the number of flights to prevent global warming; others disagree. Not: … other disagree. Other must have a determiner before it when it comes in front of a singular countable noun.
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10 de ene. de 2012 · Synopsis. In class 3-3 of Yomiyama North Junior High, transfer student Kouichi Sakakibara makes his return after taking a sick leave for the first month of school. Among his new classmates, he is inexplicably drawn toward Mei Misaki—a reserved girl with an eyepatch whom he met in the hospital during his absence.
Latest Episode. 1/13. Episode 0 (OVA)-The Other -Karma-. Fourteen year-old Mei Misaki secretly meets with her twin sister, Misaki Fujioka. With her mother away, Mei invites Misaki to spend the night at her house. As Misaki sleeps that night, Mei starts to see the color of death on her through her doll's eye.
Another can be used before a plural noun when that noun is preceded by a number, or words/phrases such as a couple of, few etc. The investigation will take another two weeks/couple of weeks. Another can be used before “one” when the meaning is clear from the preceding text. You’ve already had an ice-cream. You can’t have another one.
Another is an adjective (or determiner) or a pronoun. ANOTHER generally means: one more; an extra; an additional. ANOTHER can also mean: an alternative or a different. For example: She wants another cup of tea. This is the same as saying: She wants one more cup of tea. …. OR …. She wants an additional cup of tea.