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Every day or Everyday?

Added by Tomasz H. 19 June 2014 in category: English, Lexicon

Every day or Everyday?

Every day or everyday? It's usually a problem. When to use each word?

Every day

It's a time expression meaning each day or regularly

Every day I feel a little better.

He goes to the park every day.

I have to work every day except weekends.


Everyday

It means ordinary, typical, or usual.

You shouldn't wear an everyday suit to the wedding.

Death was an everyday occurrence during the World War.

The everyday lives of British citizens.

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