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