September 12, 2016

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Estas words são tão similar que até os natives ficam confused na hora de optar. But conhecendo a regra, tudo fica bem mais easy:

Everyday is an adjective, portanto serve para qualificar algo.

Example: My everyday activities include exercising in the morning.

(Note que, se você trocar ‘everyday‘ por ‘daily‘, a sentence continua correct).

Every day is an adverbial phrase.

Example: I have English classes every Monday, but I study English every day.

(Note que, se você trocar ‘day‘ por um day da semana – Friday, for example – a sentence continua gramatically correct).

Find practical exercises at: http://www.grammar.cl/english-games/every-day-everyday.htm and Click on the links to read more about it:  http://grammarist.com/usage/everyday-every-day/  and http://www.thefreedictionary.com/everyday.

 

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