Here is another trivia.
The indefinite pronoun “each” is singular. It takes a singular verb.
Each creation is different.
Note that “each” comes before a singular noun and takes a singular verb.
If “each” is followed by an “of” phrase, still it takes a singular verb.
Each of the houses has two stories.
However, in constructions like the following one, it takes a plural verb.
They each have bought a house.
Here, “each” follows a plural noun.
That’s it for today. Classes over.
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