“Everyday” or “Every Day”?

Margie Wakeman Wells General Leave a Comment

As one word, everyday comes in front of a noun and means “ordinary,” “routine,”
“habitual,” or “commonplace.” Otherwise, it is every day.

…It is an everyday job.
…She had those everyday tasks that drove her crazy.

…I was there every day last week.
…Will you do that every day?

Happy punctuating!


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