+0
'a small book which has spaces for each
day of the year and which you usually
carry in your pocket'
1. appointment book; calendar - AmE?
2. diary - BrE?
Thank you.
+0
In AmE, it is called either the Appointment book or the Pocket calendar.
+0
ItasanThank you very much, everybody.

You call 'a book in which you record what happens to you everyday' a diary too, right?

Hello Itasan

Yes; in BrE, a diary can be either the pocket book in which you keep details of appointments, etc., or your personal record of your day-to-day activities.

("Got up. Had breakfast. Abluted. Shaved. Got dressed...")

MrP
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Comments  
Dear Itasan,

It is a «diary» in British English. I do not know what American people say.

Kind regards, Emotion: smile

Goldmund
Thank you very much, everybody.

You call 'a book in which you record what happens to you everyday' a diary too, right?
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
In the U.S. books like that are usually called a log. An expense log. A computer log. An activity log. You enter the details of all records. The diary usually means the book a person keeps to record his/her private feelings -- as in Ann Frank's dairy.
 MrPedantic's reply was promoted to an answer.