Each vs every— difference

 Each and every

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Below are a few examples:

Each child was eating dinner.

Every child eats dinner.

What are the differences?

means of each—- “things are recognized  separately, one by one, 

Every on the other hand means “things are seen as a group, not one by one. “

I have given some examples that must help you 

They liked _____ minute of the football game. (each/every)

She spoke to _____ of the people in the office. (each/every)

Answers:

They liked every minute of the football game.

She spoke to each of the people in the office.

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