Better English | Every day or Everyday?
Every day is something that actually happens quite commonly.
As the word reads, it happens every day and you keep doing it each day.
I drink water every day
I walk my dog every day
He gets up every day at seven o’clock
They eat breakfast together, every day.
Stay positive every day.
She goes to the office by bus, every day.
Everyday is an adjective and
mainly means standard, ordinary and normal.
My boots are perfect for everyday usage.
Everyday worries are sometimes hard to deal with.
I am fed up with this everyday dress.
You don’t need to wear your everyday work clothes on the weekend.
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