The Difference Between “Both” and “Each.”

by Arnold Burian

Check out The Difference Between “Both” and “Each.” by rogersgeorge. Here is an excerpt:

You need a context to be able to tell whether “each” refers to two things. For example, you could say that each hand has a glove on it, or each team member was in uniform.

Let’s assume the context implies two things. You still have an important difference between these two words:


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