ever so often vs every so often : Common Errors in English

About ever so often vs every so often

In UK English people sometimes speak of something that happens frequently as happening “ever so often.”But when something happens only occasionally, it happens every so often.

every so often Meaning(s)

  • (r) occasionally

ever so often in News

  • Amanda Bynes: ‘Surgeon Broke My Nose, I Can’t Breathe’

    Poor, poor Amanda Bynes. The surgeon broke her nose, and now she can’t breathe. That’s what she said on Twitter in a string of tweets which I screen captured and posted down below, because ever so often the former actress catches a case of Twitter remorse and deletes her best tweets. So about Amanda Bynes’... Read more » Amanda Bynes: ‘Surgeon Broke My Nose, I Can’t Breathe’ is a post from: The ...
    on July 9, 2013 Source: The Inquisitr

every so often in News

  1. Toro y Moi Turns Billie Holiday's 'My Man' Into a New Age Glitch-Hop Hit

    Every so often, Verve Records likes to give contemporary producers the keys to the castle, letting the mix-masters of the day imbue the jazz and soul hits of yore with new context. And most of the time, if we're being honest, it's about as interesting as you'd expect: simply novelty, or something trapped in a milquetoast middle ground that doesn't do either artist any favors...
    on June 14, 2013 Source: Spin

  2. Local Sports

    Every so often, someone from somewhere else will ask me just how the Little League World Series grew so big.
    on June 14, 2013 Source: The Williamsport Sun-Gazette

  3. Auto body shops to share $20M from lawsuit with The Hartford

    Every so often it’s the little guy’s turn to strut.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: The New Britain Herald

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