SVA Rule #13. 

Each/Every is a determiner or a pronoun. We use each to refer to the individual things or persons in a group of two or more. We use each of before other determiners and before the plural object pronouns us, you and them:

 Each of the students in Ms. Chang’s class is expected to give a presentation next week.

Every one of the students in Ms. Chang’s class is expected to give a presentation next week.

 Example #27. 

Find the main subject and verb.

 Almost every car pollutes the atmosphere.

Each of my students has a different assignment to complete.

 

Click to see the correct answer  Almost every car pollutes the atmosphere.
Each of my students has a different assignment to complete.

 

 Example #28. 

Each card is from a red suit but we do not know this; each of us see only the suit of his own card.

  1. NO CHANGE
  2. Each of card is from a red suit but we do not know this; each of us sees
  3. Each card is from a red suit but we do not know this; each of us sees
  4. Each card is from a red suit but we do not know this; each us see

 

Click to see the correct answer The correct answer is choice C.