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EVERY DAY or EVERYDAY? What’s the difference?

EVERY DAY or EVERYDAY? What’s the difference?

‘Every day’ and ‘everyday’ are different!

 

every day (adverb) = 7 days per week

everyday (adjective) = normal/common


 

every  day – adverb

I wake up at 8 every day(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday etc.)

 

everyday

 

I seem to get a headache every day(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday etc.)

 

Every day, my wife makes me breakfast. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday etc.)

 


 

everyday – adjective

 

I can wear everyday clothes to work. I don’t need a uniform or suit.(normal clothes)

 

everyday

 

Fighting with my boyfriend is just an everyday problem. (normal problem)

 

Snowfall is an everyday occurrence around here. (normal occurrence)

 


 

We are open every day.

We are open everyday.

 

Traffic is an everyday problem.

Traffic is an every day problem.

 

BEEN TO or GONE TO? What’s the difference?

 


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