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    Post Difference between Each and Every

    What's the difference between "Each"and "Every"?

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    Re: Difference between Each and Every

    As always, please give us complete sentences to consider.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Difference between Each and Every

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    As always, please give us complete sentences to consider.
    While different places have different strengths, each of them has opportunities.

    We take pride in Google search and strive to make each and every search perfect.

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    Re: Difference between Each and Every

    Each, separately refers to all items in a group of at least two.

    Every, refers to all items in a group without distinguishing between them.


    "While different places have different strengths, each of them has opportunities."
    "While different places have different strengths, each [one] of them has opportunities."

    We take pride in Google search and strive to make each and every search perfect.
    (Here the writer uses the common phrase, "each and every", which means whether you look at the searches individually, or as a whole, [i.e. however you look at them] Google search takes pride in making them perfect).



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