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    Difference between saying: I can't imagine having that everyday. VS I couldn't ima

    Difference between saying:

    I can't imagine having that everyday.

    VS

    I couldn't imagine having that everyday.

    Are both the same?

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    Re: Difference between saying: I can't imagine having that everyday. VS I couldn't

    'Every day' has to be two words.

    The single word 'everyday' is an adjective.

    You seem to ask about the difference between 'can' and 'could' on a regular basis.

    Please review your old threads.

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