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6. Correct Usage of Confusingly Similar Words & Phrases - E (Part 1)

Each vs Every; Everyone/ Every one Each and Every are adjectives whereas Each one/ Every one/ Everyone are Compound Nouns Each of = Every one of Each is used when emphasis is on individual; every is used when emphasis is on collective Adverbs ‘practically’, ‘nearly’, ‘almost’ are used for ‘every’ but not for ‘each’ Every is used for repeat occurrence with regularity. Everyone as a noun has same meaning as every as an adjective which is same as ‘’all’ but singular.

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