Everyday vs Every day everyday (one word) and every day (two words).
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There is no difference in how we pronounce everyday and every day, but they have different meanings.
>Everyday (one word)
Everyday (one word) is an adjective. It is used in front of a noun.
It means ordinary or normal.
* We do not use our everyday dishes at Christmas time. Instead, we use our fine china plates.
* (We do not use our ordinary dishes at Christmas dinner.)
* Your old shoes are still good for everyday wear.
* (Your old shoes are still good for normal wear.
Every day (two words)
Every day (two words) means "each day."
It is an adjective (every) + a noun (day).
* You must walk the dog every day.
* (You must walk the dog each day.)
* I go to work every day at 8:00.
* (I go to work each day at 8:00)
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