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Patrick Lagacé launches the debate on the relevance of using the wording Good morning!

Patrick Lagacé launches the debate on the expression "Good morning" in his article Hello, let's talk about good morning! published in La Presse. He wonders about the relevance of this formulation, of this translation of good morning. Several Internet users took the opportunity to express their opinion on the famous "good morning"!

 

It reads: Which brings me to good morning. It's a tracing of English, good morning. I am quoting the Linguistic Assistance Bank of the Office québécois de la langue française: “This expression, of recent use, is modeled on the English expression. Buenos dias. In French, when we want to greet a person, we use the word Hello and in the evening, the word Good evening… ”

 

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