English with Max / Every day OR Everyday | English #shorts
What is the difference between the two word phrase every day
and the single word, everyday
Well, every day written separately is
what we call an adverbial phrase
It functions as an adverb
it simply means daily
I go to the gym every day.
every day written together is an adjective that goes before a noun.
It means usual, common,
or happening every day.
A toothbrush is an everyday object
Fights are an everyday occurrence in that office.
Now compare these two sentences
Frank goes to the pub every day.
Going to the pub is an everyday occurrence in Frank’s life.