The difference between each and every

Each is a determinant used to refer to one person or one thing. Each is a way of seeing the members of a group as individuals, while every is a way of seeing a group as a series of members, lumped together as one

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  1. In your example, either would work, with about the same sense
  2. As a pronoun any is any thing(s) or person(s)
  3. Every book in the course must be read before the end of the semester
  4. Each Woodward English
  5. All children need care
  6. “Every” means all the members of a group, without exception
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