Everyday vs Every Day

Everyday and every day are frequently confused in English. Here is a short explanation of the difference between the two:

Everyday vs Every day

Everyday (adjective) means ordinary or normal.

-She chose to wear her everyday clothes to the funeral.

Every day (determiner + noun)  means “each day.”

-He is late for work every day.

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