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goede or goeie When I say good morning i use godemorgen but this is not what I hear sometimes. I found out now some people say goeiemorgen. Is there a difference in using goede and goeie Cheers
Jun 1, 2015 12:19 PM
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The meaning is the same but I would say "goeie" is rather informal and some people may consider it to be sloppy, especially when written. Many people write goedemorgen but pronounce it as goeiemorgen.
June 1, 2015
Thanks for the answer Lisanne
June 1, 2015
No, there isn't a difference in using 'goede' and 'goeie'.
June 1, 2015
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