Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles 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 day⏤Monday, 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.