Difference between EVERYDAY and EVERY DAY

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everyday vs every day

Good news is the two expressions sound the same, so the only time you can make a mistake is when it comes to writing them down. Letโ€™s see what they mean:

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EVERY DAY (adjective + noun)

each day

  • You must study every day if you want to improve your English.
  • I play badminton every day except Sunday.
  • Do you work every day?

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EVERYDAY (adjective)

ordinary, common, not special

  • I donโ€™t think you should wear everyday clothes to a job interview.
  • I thought it was an everyday question. Why are you making such a big deal out of this?
  • Iโ€™m not talking about celebrities. Iโ€™m talking about everyday people like you and me.
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