Everyday and Every day.

Everyday is an adjective that means ordinary, commonplace or normal.

  • This meal is not special, it’s just everyday food.
  • I don’t like this song, it’s everyday pop music.
  • I love my everyday shoes because they are so comfortable.

Every day simply means each day.

  • I eat the same food every day.
  • I hear this song on the radio every day.
  • I wear these shoes every day because they are so comfortable.
  • I practice English every day.

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