Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Tuesday Tip: Everyday or Every day?

Tuesday Tip

Many people are confused about the difference between everyday and every day. Here are some tips to help.

  1. Everyday is an adjective. It describes a noun. For example: Grading papers is an everyday activity for teachers.
  2. 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.

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