Each /every

Hi all,

I agree with Ahmed_BTM (who, by the way, is doing a great job helping us to answer some questions) that both "each" and "every" can be used. Please notice that the noun phrase in question is restricted by the postmodifier "in the factory," so it is clear that we are not referring to engineers in general, but only to those who work in the factory.

The first two examples of "every" in the Longman dictionary are precisely along those lines:

• She bought presents for every member of her family.

• Every room in the house was painted white.

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