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  • Hi, there, welcome to Harry's World of Words and Phrases and English in a Minute.

  • Today, we're looking at the difference between "every" and "each".

  • There is very little difference because we use "every" and "each" in very similar ways.

  • But there is a subtle, a small difference. "Every" refers to group or a lot of things, whereas "each" refers to individual things.

  • Let's take an example to help you out with that.

  • So, if we talk about the days that we work.

  • Every day I work for seven hours.

  • Each day that I work, I work for seven hours.

  • The difference here is that "every" means I work every single dayMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and even Sunday.

  • And when I work, I work seven hours.

  • But "Each day that I work, I work seven hours." means that those days that I do work, I work seven hours.

  • But there are days when I might not work, for example, Saturday or Sunday.

  • So "every" talks about a group of things, and "each" talks about single or individual things.

  • OK, so, hopefully you understand that clearly.

  • And remember, subscribe to our channel and join us on www.englishlessonviaskype.com; I will catch up with you soon.

Hi, there, welcome to Harry's World of Words and Phrases and English in a Minute.

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