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Common English Mistake: Everyday and Every Day

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Created Date: Tue 16 Aug 2011

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What is the difference between "Everyday" and "Every day"?

 

Answer:
Everyday is an adjective meaning "daily"
Everyday also means "ordinary" or "an everyday event."
For Example
Cooking is her everyday interest.

Every day is a time expression meaning "each day" or "regularly."
For Example
We go to school every day.

Common Errors
1. I used to teach everyday (Incorrect)
2. I used to teach every day. (Correct)


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