Lesson 80

Here’s a quick lesson for you today.

Often, I see students struggle with the correct usage of the words every day and everyday.

So I will try to explain their difference in the easiest way.

Everyday or every day? What is the difference?

everyday – adj

– seen or used in a daily manner

every day – adv

– each day / daily


These boots aren’t my everyday shoes.

I dress professionally every day.

English is not my everyday language so it’s important to practice it every day.

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Lesson 81