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Everyday vs. every day

everyday-vs-every-day: everyday-vs-every-day  Everyday [one word] {only before noun} (=used or happening every day, regular, usual):

The internet is just part of everyday life. He is good at finding good solution to everyday problems.

The sound of gun fire is an everyday experience in this city.

Working hard is part of my everyday experience.

Every day (each day): I check my Facebook every day when I have time.

This museum also is open to visitors every day. 

They see each other since last three month every day. 

The restaurant server free of charge soup every day.

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