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    Have a good one

    Which one in correct?

    Person A: I have to go, have a nice day.
    Person B: Have a good one.

    A:I have to go, have a good one.
    B:Have a nice day.

    I mean, Can I use "have a good one" befor he/she saying goodbye?

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    Re: Have a good one

    Yes. These expressions are extremely informal. As such, you may use them in any order you wish.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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