Deletia, thanks for the mobile upload! Here’s what she had to say:
Monro Brake is attempting to advertise “Trust and Confidence Every Day,” (or if they wanted to use the adjective form to convey that trust & confidence are commonplace there, “Everyday Trust and Confidence.”) I spotted a typo in The Big Four where “everyday” was used where “every day” should’ve been. John commented that he does the same thing at times. Here’s more proof that he’s not alone!
So that we can all learn something here, according to WiseGeek, “The difference between ‘everyday’ and ‘every day’ is quite simple, and there is an easy rule of thumb which you can use to determine which phrase would be suitable. In short, ‘everyday’ is an adjective which describes something ordinary or commonplace, while the phrase ‘every day’ means ‘each day.’ Confusing these two is a very common grammatical error, and learning to catch this error can improve the quality of your writing immensely.”
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