English is not my native language. I saw a question on an English learning material and it is confusing to me.
We are giving away 5 pens each to 5 winners.
In the above sentence, how many pens each winner will receive? 5 pens or 1 pen? Logically, I assume it means each winner will receive 1 pen and there are 5 winners?
Does adding the punctuation mark change the meaning of the sentence?
We are giving away 5 pens. Each to 5 winners.
Assume I want to give every winner one pen and there are 5 winners. I took a while to think of how to rewrite the sentence but I couldn't do any better.
We are giving away 1 pen each to 5 winners.
We are giving away 5 pens to 5 winners.
How should the sentence be structured grammatically correct?