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    When you want to compliment someone about his/her back being nice and straight using the word 'posture', do you say "You have a good posture." or "You have good posture."?
    And how about in case of saying not having straight back, would it be "You have a bad posture." or "You have bad posture."?

    Thank you.

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    Re: posture

    You have (got) good/bad posture.

    My cousin-brother insists on slouching.

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