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    Parabashi is offline Newbie
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    Default Instead of good night in the day-light time what?

    Dear Teacher

    Instead of good night what should we say in the day-light time when we leave someone?

    With Regards!

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    Wink Re: Instead of good night in the day-light time what?

    Quote Originally Posted by Parabashi View Post
    Dear Teacher

    Instead of good night what should we say in the day-light time when we leave someone?

    With Regards!
    'Good day; Have a nice day, or to be more precise, 'Good morning/afternoon/evening; Have a nice morning/afternoon/evening.
    ' means that you should put the stress on that word

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    Default Re: Instead of good night in the day-light time what?

    Good-bye.
    See you tomorrow.
    See you.

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