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Good morning and Goodnight in Italian

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asked by
Jan18453
published
almost 3 years ago

How do you say Good morning and Goodnight in Italian?

I want to say it to a friend I'm chatting with but I'm not sure about which one is correct.

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answered by
Davi
published
almost 3 years ago

They don't change depending on who you talk with.

Buongiorno (or simply "Giorno") Good morning

This is only used for morning

Buonanotte (or "Notte") Good night

This is only used when wishing someone a good night and sleep.


Feel free to know more about other greetings in Italian by checking our article about it:

Greetings in Italian

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