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So which one is it then? Each or every? It’s pretty easy to confuse these two words. They look similar, they sound similar but they’re not always used in the same way.
So in this lesson, we’ll go over the subtle and important differences between these two words. We’ll talk about the different situations where you would use one or the other and of course, we’ll practise a little bit together later in the lesson. You know that I love to make my lessons for you very practical so we’ll get to that later on.
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‘Each’ and ‘every’ can both be used with singular nouns.
- every day
- every house
- each person
- each cat
All of these nouns are singular, right? It’s just one person or one thing. So the words ‘each’ and ‘every’ can be used with singular nouns that are part of a group but there is a subtle difference. When we use ‘each’, it emphasises or it puts more attention on the individual. The one person or the one thing.
Each person who came to the party brought a dish.
More than one person came to the dinner party. In fact, there was a whole group of people who came to the dinner party. But each singular individual person bought a dish or a plate of food to share, right? So he bought a dish, she bought dessert, she bought a salad, he bought some cheese and biscuits, right? So everyone has brought something.
Now let’s compare this to ‘every’. ‘Every’ refers to a group of individual objects or people as one group altogether, right? The attention is on the group as a whole s:
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