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    every women

    Is it ok if i use 'every women' ?

    I saw a sentence , '...boys learn at an early age to expect every women they meet to look after them.'

    As far as i know 'every' should modify a singular noun.
    i wonder if the sentence above is grammatically correct or not.

    waiting for your kind help.

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    Re: every women

    No, you're right; it should be 'every woman'.

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