I'm wondering which of the following is actually correct: - For each challenge a solution - To each Challenge its solution

I need it this way because it's for a title. And I need it short and catchy.

Even if I make a complete sentence I get confused. 'There's a solution to/for each challenge' I'd say 'for'.

What do you think?

  • Challenge Brings Solution – J. Taylor Feb 28 '18 at 9:25

Maybe: "Every challenge has its solution"

  • Thanks for your help Peterflynn. Indeed, it works perfectly. However, I want to make a short and catchy sentence with no verb. Plus, it's for my own grammar improvement. So, should I use For or To? Plus, I'm now wondering if 'each' is correct. Maybe 'every' is better as in A Solution for Every Challenge – user281390 Feb 28 '18 at 9:12

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