When do I use the words: “every day”?
“Every day may not be good
is good in every day
Now, you try one
. In the following
sentence, what verb does the adverbial
phrase every day
Can I use “each day” instead of “every day”?
They go to school nearly every day
But….when we replace every day
with each day:
They go to school nearly each day.
Can I use “daily” instead of “every day”?
The gym is open daily except on Sundays.
Put the drops
in your eyes daily
. (This means
once per day.)
When do I use the word “everyday”?
“Sometimes I'm right
and I can be wrong
The butcher, the banker, the drummer
The word everyday
is an adjective
describes or modifies
a noun. It is a single
word that means
something common, normal, regular, used routinely, commonplace
, or ordinary
requires a special
suit and pants, not your everyday
What is our conclusion?
But try not to make it an everyday
practice - the differences
between the two are not hard to learn.