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    Question everyday or every day?

    Which is correct?
    1. I get up at 6 o'clock everyday.
    2. I get up at 6 o'clock every day.
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    Re: everyday or every day?

    "everyday" and "every" are both adjectives.
    So I would use "every day".

    Here is a way of rephrasing the sentence:

    "For me, getting up at 6 o' clock is an everyday occurrence"

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    Question Re: everyday or every day?

    Quote Originally Posted by Batfink View Post
    "everyday" and "every" are both adjectives.
    So I would use "every day".

    Here is a way of rephrasing the sentence:

    "For me, getting up at 6 o' clock is an everyday occurrence"
    So in my original sentence 'every day' would be used as an adverb. Isn't it?
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    Re: everyday or every day?

    Quote Originally Posted by dawoodusmani View Post
    So in my original sentence 'every day' would be used as an adverb. Isn't it?
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    Cheeky. My time is very important, so...

    Well, you might say the phrase is adverbial, but "every" is an adjective and "day" is a noun; "everyday" is an adjective.

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