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    #1

    Each

    Dear teacher,

    Please explain the meaning of each. Can I say Each holiday...?

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    #2

    Re: Each

    What is the whole sentence?


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    #3

    Re: Each

    Parabashi. Seeing as your first language is Bengali, each is the equivalent of "protyek". "Each holiday" can be used in the same context as "Protyek chuti'r din" but I don't think you can use it to mean an extended period of time. A native speaker wil probably help you better.

    Puro sentence ta ki bolle amra ektu beshi help korte parbo.

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    Re: Each

    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    What is the whole sentence?
    Thanks for reply.

    Actually sometimes I am confused to use the words ‘every’ and ‘each’. If I say, I visit them each holiday or I am in habit of taking tea in each hour. Please explain the correct form.

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