Each vs Every - Usage & Difference | English Grammar Lesson | Improve Your English

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Each and Every, two very common words in spoken English. Most students think that they are similar and can be used interchangeably. Ion this English Grammar Lesson with Rachna you will understand the difference between these two words and how to use them correctly while speaking English. They are expressions in the singular and are always followed by a singular verb. We use “each” in front of the singular form of a count noun to emphasize individuality. “Each” indicates two or more people or things (more usual for a small number). Every is used when referring to all the members of a group of three or more (it is more usual for a large number).
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