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    Everyday / every day

    Common spelling mistake: should I use 'everyday' or 'every day?



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    Adjective. It means: commonplace, ordinary


    You should wear your everyday clothes. You don't have to buy new clothes for that interview.

    (You should wear the clothes you use everyday.)




    When do you do that action ? Every day (= each day).

    I wake up at 7 am every day.

    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, I wake up at 7 am.




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    1. For Xmas, I never use my plates.

    2. I listen to music (before going to bed).

    3. I should eat 5 fruit and vegetables !

    4. I don't like my shoes.

    5. I brush my teeth !

    6. clothes are still good!

    7. I phone my mum.

    8. we go to school.

    9. I can't understand him. His tests are too difficult. His tests are not for students.

    10. I don't like food. I like exotic food.

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