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    Grammar question

    When do we use "everyday" and "every day."

    For example What time do you get up every day?

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    Re: Grammar question

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When do we use "everyday" and "every day."

    For example What time do you get up every day?
    "everyday" is an adjective meaning ordinary, encountered or used routinely or typically (Merriam-Webster's)
    Should I wear my everyday clothes or should I wear something nicer?

    In "every day", 'every' is an adjective and 'day' is a noun. He gets drunk every day. What time do you get up every day?

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