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Everyday/Every day

everyday vs every day (1)
Shout out to Vanity Fair for knowing the difference between “everyday” and “every day.”

PSA

After seeing this mistake committed repeatedly on my feed, my inner grammar Nazi cannot contain itself any longer.

Because “everyday” is not the same thing as “every day.”

The first word is an adjective, while the latter is a compound noun. For example: “I read the newspaper every day. This is an everyday occurrence.” Hope you can all learn from this and prevent yourself from future embarrassment.

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