1. Tell each other your ideas or opinions.
2. Tell each other its ideas or opinions.
3. Tell each other their ideas or opinions.
4. Tell each other his ideas or opinions.
5. Tell each other her ideas or opinions.
Which ones are grammatical?
# 1 is the only one that makes sense.
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