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Everyday vs. Every day - What's the Difference?

 

The two expressions "everyday" and "every day" are frequently used in English but often confused. Take a look at the below infographic to find out the difference!

Grammar Corner Everyday vs. Every day - What's the Difference?

 

Everyday

  • one word
  • always used before a noun
  • meaning: used or seen regularly; ordinary

Example sentences:

  • Social media has become part of everyday life.
  • Everyday crime is a serious issues in some cities.
  • These are my everyday shoes. They're very comfortable.

 

Every day

  • two words
  • meaning: each day

Example sentences:

  • I drink coffee every day.
  • Her mom brushes her hair every day.
  • People all over the world check Facebook every day.

 

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