Dec 12, 2016

UNIT 90 • Each and every

29 cards
, 56 answers
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  • Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with ‘each’ or ‘every’.
    •  . . . 
      Each
      player has three cards.
      • Each
      • Every

    • Carol has read  . . . 
      every
      book in the library.
      • each
      • every

    •  . . . 
      Each
      side of a square is the same length.
      • Each
      • Every

    •  . . . 
      Every
      seat in the theatre was taken.
      • Each
      • Every

    •  . . . 
      Each
      apartment has a balcony.
      • Each
      • Every

    • There’s a train to London  . . . 
      every
      hour.
      • each
      • every

    • She was wearing four rings-one on  . . . 
      each
      finger.
      • each
      • every

    • Our football team has been very successful. We’ve won  . . . 
      every
      game this season.
      • each
      • every

  • Put in ‘each’ or ‘every’.
    • There were four books on the table.  . . . 
      Each
      book was a different colour.
      • Each
      • Every

    • The Olympic Games are held  . . . 
      every
      four years.
      • each
      • every

    •  . . . 
      Every
      parent worries about their children.
      • Each
      • Every

    • In a game of tennis there are two or four players.  . . . 
      Each
      player has a racket.
      • Each
      • Every

    • Nicola plays volleyball  . . . 
      every
      Thursday evening.
      • each
      • every

    • I understood most of what they said but not  . . . 
      every
      word.
      • each
      • every

    • The book is divided into five parts and  . . . 
      each
      of these has three sections.
      • each
      • every

    • I get paid  . . . 
      every
      four weeks.
      • each
      • every

    • We had a great weekend. I enjoyed  . . . 
      every
      minute of it.
      • each
      • every

    • I tried to phone her two or three times, but  . . . 
      each
      time there was no reply.
      • each
      • every

    • Car seat belts save lives.  . . . 
      Every
      driver should wear one.
      • Each
      • Every

    • (from an examination paper) Answer all five questions. Begin your answer to  . . . 
      each
      question on a separate sheet of paper.
      • each
      • every

  • Complete the sentences using ‘each’.
    • The price of one of those oranges is 25 pence.
      Those

      • I had ten pounds and so did Sonia.
        Sonia and I
        or
        Sonia and I

        • One of those postcards costs 40 pence.
          Those

          • The hotel was expensive. I paid 40 pounds and so did you.
            We
            or
            We

          • Put in ‘everyone’ (one word) or ‘every one’ (two words).
            • He’s invited to a lot of parties and he goes to  . . . 
              every one
              .
              • everyone
              • every one

            • As soon as  . . . 
              everyone
              had arrived, we began the meeting.
              • everyone
              • every one

            • I asked her lots of questions and she answered  . . . 
              every one
              correctly.
              • everyone
              • every one

            • She’s very popular.  . . . 
              Everyone
              likes her.
              • Everyone
              • Every one

            • I dropped a tray of glasses. Unfortunately  . . . 
              every one
              broke.
              • everyone
              • every one

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