Many people are confused about the difference between everyday and every day. Here are some tips to help.
- Everyday is an adjective. It describes a noun. For example: Grading papers is an everyday activity for teachers.
- Every day is a combination of an additive and a noun, and it means "each day." For example: Don vowed to exercise at least 30 minutes every day.
- Everyday comes before the noun you are describing, and every day comes after.