Everyday or Every day

Which word would you choose (everyday or every day)? Where would you place it? There might be several options.

1.- Why doesn't she study?

2.- He doesn't like doing his homework.

3.- Our friend feels that his errands are not well paid.

4.- I am sure that if he studies, he will pass his exams.

5.- Although he thinks his car is really good, it is a car.

Answers

1.- Why doesn't she study every day?

2.- He doesn't like doing his everyday homework. / He doesn't like doing his homework every day.

3.- Our friend feels that his everyday errands are not well paid.

4.- I am sure that if he studies every day, he will pass his exams.

5.- Although he thinks his car is really good, it is an everyday car.

Explanation:

Everyday (written as one word) is an adjective. However, every day (written as two words) is an adverb.

Examples:

Everyday (adj.): Normal o corriente, que no destaca o que sucede cada día, diariamente.

  • The everyday studies of a student. Los estudios de cada día (diarios) de un estudiante.

  • This is an everyday hat. Este es un sombrero normal (ordinario).

  • They have got their everyday duties like studying and doing their homework. Tienen sus obligaciones diarias como estudiar o hacer sus deberes.

Every day (adverb): Cada día.

  • We wake up at 7 every day. Nos despertamos a las 7 todos los días.

  • Do you do your homework every day? ¿Haces tus deberes todos los días?

  • Where do you have lunch every day? ¿Dónde comes todos los días?

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