Two of the most confused words 'Everyday' vs. 'Every Day'

The decision between everyday, one word, and every day, two words, depends on how it's utilized.

Everyday, one word, is an adjective meaning "used or seen daily," or "ordinary."


"The phone calls were an everyday occurrence."

Every day, two words, is an adverb phrase meaning "daily" or "every weekday."


"They go to the coffee shop every day."

One trick to remember is to see if you can put another word between "every" and "day," as in "every single day."

11 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

A Magnitude is just a quantitative number while power provides us with sway. We should get it with a model - assume two people are riding a vehicle and a bicycle at a similar speed of 100km/hr. The in

Fiscal consolidation is the critical marker to show the monetary soundness of the Government. Significantly, the financial deficiency demonstrates how much the government getting for that specific yea