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Rechelle Ann Fuertes

Rechelle is the Managing Editor of the INK blog. She's an experienced SEO content writer, researcher, social media manager, and visual artist. She enjoys traveling and spending time anywhere near the sea with her family and friends.

Sympathy vs. Empathy: What's the Difference?

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Everyday vs. Every day: Here's how to Pick the Correct Word

Hi Satya! "Every day" is a phrase that means "each day." "Every" is an adjective that modifies the word "day." You can't use "every day" and "everyday" interchangeably, since the compound word "everyday" functions as an adjective. It describes things that we see or use on a daily basis. I hope this answer helps. Have a great day!

A Comprehensive Guide to Using Verb Tenses Properly in Writing

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