What Are Their Main Differences?
'All' refers to the whole group; while 'each' refers to individuals in a group.
Singular or plural Nouns?
is followed by a singular noun.
is followed by a plural countable noun or an uncountable noun.
How Different Verbs Are Used with Each and All
is always followed by a singular verb.
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is followed by either a singular or plural verb.
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- 'All of' and 'each of':
are used commonly before determiners (noun phrases) and pronouns.
- Both 'each' and 'all' can be: