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When should you use "everyday" or "every day"

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Everyday is an adjective meaning daily. Every day is not an adjective, but it means the same thing.
"Eating cookies is an everyday occurance."
"I eat cookies every day."
I hope this helps. :)

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you should lay off.the cookies..every other day..(in my opinion..)..lol
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Yes it does help :) thanks
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The everyday person doesn't go out to eat every day.

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Whenever you want to describe how often. A great example would be, "I would do this every day if I could."

You should never type "everyday", by the way, since there is no such word. They are always two seperate words.

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You are wrong. Everyday and every day are both right. Used differently.
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