This is the first question I had asked here. But things went in other direction and ultimately, I moved to this board as advised.
I have heard this from many. They use 'each and every' and 'until and unless' in one sentence. Is this usage correct? How?
See this -
I want each and every one of you to follow the instruction.
I want every one of you to follow the instruction.
First of all, you have to understand what she means.
First, you have to understand what she means. - “First” is always the first among all, right?
This is surprising (but confirmed)
The word 'revert' does mean back in most of the cases still, using revert back is correct!
If we could convey the message by putting just one word, why go for redundancy?