Which is correct:
1) My every word
2) Every my word ?
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In current English, every cannot be followed by another determiner, so every my word is not grammatical. It was grammatical in Early Modern English, so you will find it in Shakespeare.
My every word is fine, though I don't think many people would use it in everyday speech, apart from the idiom "hanging on my every word" (more usually used in the third person "hanging on his/her/their every word").