- [each + singular noun]
Each new day is different.
- [each of us/you/them
each of + determiner + plural noun]
She bought a different present for each of us
I write to each of my children once a week.
After each of … a verb is usually singular, but it can be plural in an informal style.
- Each of them has his own way of doing things.
(More informal: Each of them have their own way . . .)
- [ indirect object + each ]
I bought the girls each an ice-cream.
She sent them each a present.
- I’ve got five brothers, and each (one) is quite different from the others.
- [ auxiliary verb + each be+ each]
They have each got their own rooms.
We are each going on a separate holiday this year.
You are each right in a different way.
[each + other verb]
We each think the same.
They each want to talk all the time.