Neky Choi
How can I use "each" in this? I have a question about the grammar of "each." If I say "there are three lines between each of circles," which meaning does it mean below? A: ○ ||| ○ ||| ○ ||| ○ B: ○ | ○ | ○ | ○ The grammar about "each" with singular usage makes me confused. :) Thanks!
Nov 27, 2017 9:06 AM
Answers · 3
Grammatically you question should be "between each circle", or possibly "between each of these circles," It probably means 'A', but strictly I don't think we really use 'each' with a set of items. I would say 'between each pair of xxx', or at least 'between each of the/these xxx'.
November 27, 2017
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