Thayná Camila
Which one is correct? Buon giorno or buongiorno?
Aug 19, 2018 12:45 AM
Answers · 12
If you use it as greeting both are correct. Different is if you wanna say something like "today is a good day" = "oggi è un buon giorno" (In this case "buon" is an adjective so it has to be separate )
August 19, 2018
La parola corretta è Buongiorno (tutto unito) Elisa
August 23, 2018
Hi Thaynà :) i the first example "buon" is an adjective, and it's used in sentences as "Oggi è un buon giorno per studiare!" - "Today is a good day for studying"; "Buongiorno" is litterally "Good morning" :)) I hope i've helped you! bye!
August 22, 2018
Both are correct... But the last one is better
August 21, 2018
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