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1. Each of them is doing his/her(their) work.

Should I use "his/her" or "their"?

2.Every of them .............

is such (2) is possible?I mean "every" can function as pronoun?

Thanks.

1. Each of them is doing his/her(their) work.

Should I use "his/her" or "their"?

2.Every of them .............

is such (2) is possible?I mean "every" can function as pronoun?

Thanks.

In more formal contexts, use "Each of them is doing his work."

In ordinary, everyday conversation, you can use "Each of them is doing their work" OR "Each of them is doing his work".

Every

In ordinary, everyday conversation, you can use "Each of them is doing their work" OR "Each of them is doing his work".

Every

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For 2, you can't use 'every' as a pronoun.

'Every of them...' is definitely incorrect.

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