“Everyday” = an adjective meaning “common” or “ordinary.”

“Every day” = each day

Native speakers mix these up all the time. I see errors related to these words in newspapers and magazines and serious websites every day.

Since students often support their arguments in the independent essay using examples from their lives, they often need to write about things they do “every day.” Take a minute to learn the difference!

In Use:

“I don’t talk about anything important in everyday conversations with my friends.”

“I wash the dishes every day.”

 

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Gulzhanar Zhunussova

Thank you, your explanation is so simple and easy to get.