What Are Their Main Differences?
'Another' is only used before singular nouns, but 'other' is used before singular uncountable and plural countable nouns.
Singular or plural Nouns?
is followed by a singular noun.
He was angry all the time and it made me nervous. That is
is followed by a plural noun or a singular uncountable noun.
I will sneak out of the school while
can be a pronoun and determiner.
can be a pronoun, determiner or adjective.
- 'Another' as a determiner
This week I will watch
- 'Other' as a determiner
Besides my best friend Suzy, I have
- 'Another' as a pronoun has no plural form.
One of the differences between Paul and Carla is that he is too sensible,
- 'Other' as a pronoun can be plural, if it refers to more than one.
If I quit studying,
- 'Other' and 'another':
are similar in their meanings. They both are used to refer to an alternative or additional thing.
We can use a singular countable noun after 'other', but we must have another determiner before it.