Distributive Pronouns

Some pronouns act to refer things or persons at a time and so those are always Singular in number; as,

  1.    Each of the girls draws a picture.
  2.    Either of these has that information.
  3.    Neither of the newspapers is English.

Each denotes everyone of things or persons.

Either and neither are used to denote only two things or persons.

Any, none, no one are used to denote more than  two things or persons

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