Each and Every

The quantifiers each and every are a kind of determiner.

They have similar but not identical meanings.

Each means “every one, regarded individually”.

Every means “every one, regarded as a whole”.

Sometimes, each and every have the same meaning:

  • Fashion changes each year.
  • Fashion changes every year.

But often they are not exactly the same, as explained above.

Hence, the correct answer is (b) every  as it tells us how often something happens/

Each and Every
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