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The exhibit, created by painstaking craftsmanship in the jungles of Burma, consisted of hundreds of paintings, each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its own ceramic work of pottery.

(A) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its
(B) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside their
(C) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside its
(D) every painting a tiny etched landscape inside their
(E) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside their

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The exhibit, created by painstaking craftsmanship in the jungles of Burma, consisted of hundreds of paintings, each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its own ceramic work of pottery.

(A) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its
(B) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside their
(C) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside its
(D) every painting a tiny etched landscape inside their
(E) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside their


a tiny etched landscape – SINGULAR – Therefore, use either each or every. So either A,D,E.
Each and every require its. So, only A.
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The exhibit, created by painstaking craftsmanship in the jungles of Burma, consisted of hundreds of paintings, each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its own ceramic work of pottery.

(A) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside its
(B) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside their
(C) all the paintings a tiny etched landscape inside its
(D) every painting a tiny etched landscape inside their
(E) each painting a tiny etched landscape inside their


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This is a very straightforward question of singular or plural and of usage of the words ‘each’ and ‘every’. When you use the word each, you always use the singular, even if you are referring to multiple elements. You would say, for example: each boy in the class is wearing a sweater. Despite the fact that you are referring to multiple boys, you still use the singular. Therefore choices D and E are incorrect. Choice B could be correct if it were: ‘all the paintings tiny etched landscapes’. Choice C uses ‘all’ with the singular ‘its’. This is also wrong. Choice A is the correct answer.
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