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    each /every day etc


    I'd appreciate it if anyone could tell me if there's any substantial difference in usage and meaning of 'each' / 'every' + day, week, month, year etc.

    When I was in Venice, I went sightseeing every day.
    When I was in Venice, I went sigtseeing each day.

    YOu should test your eyesight every year.
    You should check your eyesight each year.

    Are they all fine?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: each /every day etc

    There is no substantial difference to me in those cases. All of them sound fine.

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