which one is correct? we have a good relationship with each other/or to each other?

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cecil 1040

Simplifying: you have a good relationship WITH someone.

However, to say I have a good relationship with each other is kind of redundant, because, as the guy above has said,"a relationship is by definition between two or more people, so there is no need to add more."

I hope I have helped you :D

commented

Unless if you're answering someone to this question:

  • Which one you have a good relationship with: Julia or Sandra?
  • I have a good relationship with both/each other.

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Gianni 750

"We have a good relationship". A relationship is by definition between two or more people, so there is no need to add more. I don't understand what you're trying to specify. :)

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yulia 160

with each other

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i think it is with each other

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I think "to each other"

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When we get on well with people, we can say we have a good relationship

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Zoltes 590

WITH whom, but not TO whom... although 'each other' is unnecessary here.

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with each other

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Emma92 140
I think it's best to say "We have a good relationship" and omit "with each other", in terms of redundancy. However, "to each other" would be wrong in this sentence. :)

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