Commonly Confused Words:  everyday / every day

Everyday is an adjective used show something as commonplace or usual.  Everyday is always followed by the noun it modifies.




Every day is an adverbial phrase of time used to show something happening each day.




 Note: Be careful not to use everyday when you should use every day.      


You should always be able to substitute "each day" when "every day" is correct.


Link to exercises on everyday / every day.