Vocabulary Tips (어휘 팁): Everyday vs Every Day



Confused between “everyday and every day?” 이 혼동 되나요??  Check out this post by  to find out which one is correct. 어떤것이 맞는지 아래의 글을 확인하세요



  gave the following rules that will help us learn how to use ‘everyday and every day’:


(a) Everyday is an adjective used to describe something that’s seen or used every day. It means “ordinary” or “typical.”

Example: It’s sweaty foot season, so this week on Kinja Co-Op, we’re on the hunt for the best everyday men’s socks. —Lifehacker


(b) Every day is a phrase that simply means “each day.”

Example: But people do it all across the globe every day.The Huffington Post


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