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    Each or Every


    1.    EACH  = "every", considered SEPARATELY.

    A) EACH insists on the individual 
    Each = one by one;  therefore, it is followed by a verb in the singular  and accompanied by personal pronoun in the singular. 

    - Yes, Billy, each student has his own way of learning, and you have yours. 

    B ) EACH can be placed before the verb:
    - The little boys each decided to take different toys and play separately. 

    C) EACH is used to speak about two persons, two objects etc. considered separately.
    - My mother was holding a bag in each hand. 

    D ) EACH can be followed by OF;  the verb will then be in the singular.
    - Each of the twins has different personalities. 

    EVERY= one of a group TAKEN COLLECTIVELY.

    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. 
    - In this class, every student is a boarder. 

    :pgb If EVERY must be replaced by personal pronoun , or accompanied by a possessive, they will be in the plural: them/their.   this is compulsory in British English.) 

    - Every famous painter has brought their best picture for the exhibition. 







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