Every Day or Everyday?


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Both of these are right. The problem is, many people are confused with the usage of these two. Let’s discuss the difference.

Every day is an adverb. It simply means Each Day. It answers the question How often, so this is an adverb of frequency. 

Example Sentences:

I go to school every day. (How often do you go to school?)

She reads the newspaper every day. (How often does she read the newspaper?)

He is a delivery truck drive. He drives to different parts of the city every day. (How often does he drive to different parts of the city?)

The word Everyday, on the other hand, is an adjective, because it describes a noun.

Example Sentences:

Jogging is my favorite activity.

A lot of people have difficulties dealing with everyday concerns such as paying bills, putting food on the table, and managing their schedules.

You can watch the  video I posted above to have more insight on this.

Thank you very much for reading this, and thank you for watching the video! See you again next time! ^_^

 Japanese Translation:






 これをんでくれてありがとう、そしてビデオを見てくれてありがとう!またいましょう! ^ _ ^


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