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每天; 日; 天天; 逐日;
1. Someone comes in every day to check all is in order.
2. You should wash your feet and your privates every day.
3. More than six million youngsters tune in to Blockbusters every day.
4. I wear my old shoes every day. One sole has come unglued.
5. I felt like I was being kicked in the teeth every day.
6. A surprising number of customers order the same sandwich every day.
7. Every day of sunshine strengthens the feelings of optimism.
8. They go for decorous walks every day in parks with their nanny.
9. Frances took her daughter walking every day, rain or shine.
10. She has loyally and unselfishly spent every day at her husband’s side.
11. Many people want jobs. They try to search them out every day.
12. He had survived by eating a small tin of fruit every day.
13. Sergeant Rivero says arrests for panhandling take place every day.
14. Some seed varieties germinate fast, so check every day or so.
15. I see them pass by my house every day.
1. Carpe diem. Seize the day, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.
2. On Sunday Cohen lay around the house all day.
3. Someone comes in every day to check all is in order.
4. Try these toning exercises before you start the day.
5. Loyalty and support became the bywords of the day.
6. I want the manager’sjob when he calls it a day.
7. I had a busy day and was rather tired.
8. The trading day is shortened in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
9. Try to eat at least four slices of bread a day.
10. From day one he’s been a great asset to the company.
11. As the day goes on, the pollen dries up and becomes hard.
12. You should wash your feet and your privates every day.
13. Interior decoration by careful coordination seems to have had its day.
14. We had lunch the other day at our favorite restaurant.
15. Come on, Bill. Send Tom a card and make his day.