Writing Tips: Every day and Everyday

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Do you know when to use “every day” and “everyday”? Answer the short quiz below and find out.

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According to ABC Learn English, having a space or no space between ‘every’ and ‘day’ changes the meaning significantly.

‘Everyday’ is an adjective. It means ‘ordinary’ or ‘daily’. It is used to describe something that happens every day.

Example: “I want a break from everyday life. I’m going to the Blue Mountains for the long weekend.”

‘Every day’ means ‘each day’.

Example: “She practices her English by learning a new word every day.”

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