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each
If "each" appears before the noun/pronoun it represents, the verb in the sentence is singular (each of us creates learning), if it's after the noun/pronoun it represents, the verb is plural (The genres of journalism each create...)
each individual
this phrase is redundant, don't use it (each already means individual)
e.g.
means "for example" and is used to give an example of something (contrast with i.e.)
i.e.
means "which means" and is used to clarify something (contrast with e.g.)
either
is only for two things, not more
empathy
deep understanding or compassion (contrast with sympathy)
sympathy
relating to someone, can mean less deep than empathy (contrast with empathy)
enormity
extreme wickedness (contrast with enormousness)
enormousness
hugeness (contrast with enormity)
epidemic
an outbreak of disease (contrast with pandemic)
pandemic
an outbreak that is worldwide, like AIDS or the black plague (contrast with epidemic)
etc.
often used when people are too lazy to give all the details
eventuate
a pompous way to say "result," as in "competition can eventuate in success"
exorbitant
spelled without an h
encumbrance
not spelled -erance
exigent
urgent, pressing (contrast with exiguous)
exiguous
scanty, slender (contrast with exigent)
expectorate
to hawk up and expel phlegm from the lungs, not simply to spit