The Phrase “Another One”

  • We use the phrase “another one” to mention one more thing of the same kind.

I really liked the film. Let’s watch another one.

I passed the test and I’ll never have to pass another one because I graduated.

  • We can use the phrase “another one” for a different thing of the same kind.

-I don’t like this dress. – You can exchange it for another one.

  • We don’t use the phrase “another one” with a noun.

I’d like another one cup of tea.

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