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Hello,

What is the difference between

1. Each of us will get two apples.

2. Everyone of us will get two apples.

3. Each and everyone of us will get two apples.

Thank you.
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Followed by of it's every one (two words).

There is no difference in the result. No matter which of the three sentences you use, the same people get the same number of apples. The only difference is the words used to express the idea. each emphasizes the recipients individually as separate persons. every one emphasizes that no person will be left out; all will be recipients. With each I'm saying I will give A two apples, B two apples, C two apples, ..., until all in the group have two apples. With every one I'm saying at the beginning that all will have two apples, and then I begin to distribute them. Either way, as I said above, the result is the same.

CJ
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CogarHello,

What is the difference between

1. Each of us will get two apples.

2. Everyone of us will get two apples.

3. Each and everyone of us will get two apples.

3. Each and every one (two words, not one) of us will get two apples.

I actually sought out and was able to use your insight into using more or less only for a poetic effect. Thank you