I know that there are differences between '' each'' and ''every'' and they are sometimes used interchangeably, and I have no problem choosing which one to use in daily conversations. However, I came across this sentence and was confused whether I could use both '' each'' and ''every'':
- Every house has a different number.
- Each house has a different number.
To me, both sound fine, but at the same time, I wonder if the word'' different'' has any effect on the choice of quantifiers in this context? Do native speakers find these two sentences grammatically correct?
I'd appreciate it if any of you could provide with more examples where both quantifiers can be used and some where we can only choose one of them.