Every writer follows his or her own writing process. Often the process is a routine that comes naturally and is not a step-by-step guide to which writers refer. Being conscious of your own writing process is especially helpful when you find yourself struggling with a particularly tricky piece.
All and whole
All and whole are quantifiers, and as such they are a form of determiner. They express totality or completeness. Sometimes one can choose either of them; but there are major differences in their usage, and all and whole are not always interchangeable
Each and Every
Each and every (like all and whole) are quantifiers, and as such they are a form of determiner. Each and every have very similar meanings, but there are important differences of meaning and usage.
Using quantifiers in English - a guide
Quantifiers are a type of determiner which denote imprecise quantity. They modify nouns or pronouns. They differ from numbers or numerals which indicate precise quantity.