Each vs. Every


These are very closely related with only subtle differences in meaning. "Each" means all considered individually, while "every" means all considered together as one. An example would be:  "Each dog barked".  - All of the dogs did the same thing but did it individually. "Every dog barks".- All dogs do the same thing.

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