The phrases on the two sides of the "=" in the title are not parallel, so this makes it confusing from the get-go as to which is the pronoun and which are indefinite adjectives. I suggest changing it to "Chaque, chacun, chacune = each, each one.." and so forth.
As Alan points out I took it to be a formatting problem. I get your very valid point and have changed the English equivalents to their correct position.
Thank you very much for pointing this out and bonne continuation!
So have you put your point to the help desk?
Not sure what it is that you would have the language forum do about this point?
I think you're taking the word "parallel" too literally, Cécile. Melody is just suggesting that the words' meanings should be in the same order in French and English. "Chaque" means "each", while "chacun" means "each one", so it would help if the order in the title reflected this.
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