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everyday vs every day #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:15 am   everyday vs every day
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #180 "Basic Grammar Exercises (1)", question 6

I ......... to bed at 10 pm everyday.

(a) does
(b) goes
(c) go
(d) to go

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #180 "Basic Grammar Exercises (1)", answer 6

I go to bed at 10 pm everyday.

Correct answer: (c) go
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everyday vs every day #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:23 am   everyday vs every day
 

Thanks! You've pointed out an error in that test! Everyday should be every day. How helpful!
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everyday vs every day #3 (permalink) Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:11 am   everyday vs every day
 

And I fixed it. Thanks, Learner.
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everyday vs every day #4 (permalink) Thu Mar 17, 2011 0:11 am   everyday vs every day
 

Beat me to it - I didn't have time earlier. Thanks, MM.
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everyday vs every day #5 (permalink) Wed May 30, 2012 18:21 pm   everyday vs every day
 

There is a mistake in this sentence. Why don't you correct it?
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everyday vs every day #6 (permalink) Wed May 30, 2012 18:29 pm   everyday vs every day
 

It's corrected on the main database, but this is not being picked up on the website refreshes.
It has happened with a number of errors and is the reason that Mister Micawber and I stopped correcting this type of error (It's just turned out to be a waste of time).
Hopefully, one day someone will do something about it, but this website is so large that it will be a mammoth task.
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everyday vs every day #7 (permalink) Wed May 30, 2012 18:34 pm   everyday vs every day
 

In this case 'mammoth' means big, huge, giant etc. ? I have never heard it before.

Okay, mammoth was a big animal so I have answered my question.
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