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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #63410: Each / Every
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    Each / Every


    Each and Every

     

    Each and Every are similar in meaning. Often it is possible to use each or every.

     

    But they are not exactly the same:

     

    Each:

     

    We use each when we think of things separately, one by one.

     

    Each is more usual for a small number.

     

    You can use each with a noun:

     

    each book      each student

     

    You can use each alone

     

    Each was different.

     

    Or each one:

     

    Each one was different.

     

    You can say each of (the.../these.../them etc)

     

    Read each of these sentences carefully.

     

    Every:

     

    We use every when we think of things as a group.

     

    Every is more usual for a large number.

     

    We use every to say how often something happens.

     

    You can use every with a noun.

     

    You can't use every alone, but you can say every one or every one of:

     

    I've read every one of these books.

     

     

     

     

    Exercise : Complete with Each or Every

     





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    1. There were four books on the table.; book has a different colour.

    2. The Olympic Games are held four years.

    3. parent worries about their children

    4. In a game of tennis there are two or four players and player has a racket.

    5. Nicolas plays volleyball Thursday evening.

    6. I understood most of what they said but not word.

    7. The book is divided into five parts and of these has three sections.

    8. I get paid four weeks.

    9. We had a great weekend. I enjoyed minute of it.

    10. I tried to phone her two or three times, but time there was no reply.

    11. Car seat belts save lives and driver should wear one.









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