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Each and every

  1. 2. Each x Every
  2. 3. EACH and EVERY do not mean quite the same. EACH <ul><li>can be used to talk about two or more people or </li></ul><ul><li>things. </li></ul>EVERY  puts people or things into a group.  it’s often used to general  always refers to three or more, never to two.  separates <ul><li>when we say each violinist, each child, each </li></ul><ul><li>player – we think of the people doing things differently, separately or one at a time. </li></ul> is not used with words and expressions like PRACTICALLY, ALMOST, NEARLY.
  3. 4. The difference is not always very important, so we can often use EACH and EVERY with no real difference of meaning When we are stressing the idea of a whole group, EACH is not used. e.g.: Those girls go to the club almost every Friday. We go to the gym every single day. e.g.: You look more beautiful EACH/EVERY time I see you.
  4. 5. Complete using EVERY or EACH : 3. We want ________________ child to succeed. <ul><li>________________ professional musician practices for several hours a day. </li></ul>Every 2. ________________ musician has his own way of playing the Beethoven concert. Each every 4. ________________ child will find his own road to success. Each 5. The Queen shook hands with ________________ player in turn after the game. every