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    Hi,

    I sometimes get stuck with the usage of each in some contexts like the following. I myself have written some contexts in the following. Please check if I have used each grammatically and in appropriate place in the following contexts.

    #1 "Thoughts of each person in/of the world are totally different form/than one to anther."
    Or #2 "Thoughts of each in/of the world are totally different from/than one to another."

    #3 "Each person of a country has various thoughts."
    Or #4 "Each of a country has various thoughts."

    #5 "We each should be aware that we are at risk."
    Or #6 "Each of us should be aware that we are at risk."

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    Note if there any other mistakes in my writing, I kindly request to let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UM Chakma View Post
    Hi,

    I sometimes get stuck with the usage of "each" in some contexts like the following. I myself have written some contexts in the following which follow. Please check if I have used each grammatically and in the appropriate place in the following contexts.

    #1 "Thoughts of each person in/of the world are totally different f​rom/than one to another."
    Or #2 "Thoughts of each in/of the world are totally different from/than one to another."

    #3 "Each person of a country has various thoughts."
    Or #4 "Each of a country has various thoughts."

    #5 "We each should be aware that we are at risk."
    Or #6 "Each of us should be aware that we are at risk."

    Thanks.

    Note: if there are any other mistakes in my writing, I kindly request you to let me know.
    1. The thoughts of each person in the world are different from those of each other person.
    2. Everyone in every country has various thoughts. (Grammatically correct but a strange statement.)
    3. Both your #5 and #6 are OK.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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