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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #111772: Each or Every
Each or Every
1. EACH = "every", considered SEPARATELY.
- Yes, Billy, each student has his own way of learning, and you have yours.
A) EVERY is used for people or objects in the singular, ( it is followed by a noun and a verb in the singular), but considered as a generalisation, as a whole.
- Every famous painter has brought their best picture for the exhibition.
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