I thought this would be interesting to look at. Learning a second language is challenge for everyone!
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Every day at Happy English, I have a lot of students to meet and English lessons to teach. Each student is at a different point in their English learning adventure, and I do my best to make sure that I prepare lessons to help each of them. Every lesson is different, just like each student is different. It takes a lot of work, time and effort to manage such a teaching system, but every one of my students is special to me, and I want to help each person succeed!
For today’s English lesson, I want to show you the difference between each and every. Have a look at the paragraph above once more, and then take a look at the lesson.
In many general situations, we use each and every with the same meaning. This is most common when we talk about time:
That said, we generally tend to use each when we think of things individually or separately:
However, we generally tend to use every when we think of things as part of a group, similar to the way we use all:
We also use each, and not every, when we talk about two things:
We also use each, and not every, before of:
If you know anyone who has trouble with this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!