indefinite pronoun usage

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each and every word of it has?

each and every word of it have?

See example:

Each and every word of it has a stimulating capability through its words.
asked Jul 14 '11 at 04:02 johnson New member

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1. The words each and every have the same meaning, so using both of them is redundant. 

 

2. With each or every you neeed a singular veb.

 

Therefore:

 

a) each word of it has

 

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b) every word of it has

 

link answered Jul 14 '11 at 10:59 Maryam Contributor

NOTE: The phrase, "each and every", can be used for emphasis. KimberlyJul 15 '11 at 17:19

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Sorry about the misspelling!

 

need*

link comment answered Jul 14 '11 at 11:03 Maryam Contributor

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