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    daily English expressions

    However, students in English-speaking countries have more opportunities to learn. Everyday, they can enhance(improve) speaking and listening skills through talking to native speakers. Also, they can experience their culture directly and can be exposed to daily English expressions which are not (dealt with) in books more easily,, and they can learn their expressions they use frequently.

    Does it make sense to say like this?
    they can be exposed to daily English expressions which are not (dealt with) in books more easily.

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    Re: daily English expressions

    they can be exposed to (daily English expressions which are not dealt with in books) more easily.
    The part in brackets should be read as one. It refers to the language used in conversations rather than the written language. It makes sense to me.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: daily English expressions

    "Every day" is two words with the meaning you intend.

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    Re: daily English expressions

    When used as an adjective, everyday is one word.
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