what is the difference b/w

each and every

Each and every are determiners but their usage is different. 

1. 'Each' is used when there are two objects. 

'Every' is not used when we talk about two object. 

However, either of the two can be used when there are more than two objects. 

2. 'Each' cannot be used with an adverb.

3. 'Each' can be used as a pronoun but 'every' cannot be used as a pronoun.

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 Each means one by one 

e.g. = give choclates to each one of them 

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each :- every one considered individually

every :-  each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception

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