student asking question

Is it okay to drop "good" when you say "good morning/afternoon/night"? Is it common to say that?

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Rebecca

Yes, you can omit “good” to make the greeting more casual! This is best for greeting people you are quite familiar with, or for use in casual situations (i.e. non-work related occasions). Ex: Morning! Did you sleep well? Ex: Night, sleep tight!

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