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The dog has bitten my younger son twice, and each time, he has had to be sent to his kennel.

A. each time, he has had to be sent to his
B. every time, it has had to be sent to his
C. each time, it has had to be sent to its
D. every time, it has had to be sent to its
E. each time, he has had to be sent to its

Please explain.
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The dog has bitten my younger son twice, and each time, he has had to be sent to his kennel.

A. each time, he has had to be sent to his
B. every time, it has had to be sent to his
C. each time, it has had to be sent to its
D. every time, it has had to be sent to its
E. each time, he has had to be sent to its

Please explain.


B,E - directly out

Each time seems correct here.
Every time can be used if the event happened multiple times. But, here event happened only two times.

C - looks best. 'it' clearly refers to dog.
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The dog has bitten my younger son twice, and each time, he has had to be sent to his kennel.

A. each time, he has had to be sent to his
B. every time, it has had to be sent to his
C. each time, it has had to be sent to its
D. every time, it has had to be sent to its
E. each time, he has had to be sent to its

b/w C and D.............(C) seems better to me.
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