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good morning

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"Good morning" is a traditional English greeting used to welcome someone in the early part of the day. It's a compound of the adjective "good" and the noun "morning". Linguistically, it's an example of a valedictionβ€”an expression used to say farewell, although in this case, it's typically used at meeting. The phrase shows politeness and expresses wish for a pleasant day.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Good morning, I hope your day is filled with joy and success."
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good

πŸ“ Description
The word "good" is an adjective in English language. It describes or modifies nouns, indicating quality, kind, or condition. Originally from Old English 'gōd', it connotes positivity, virtue, or desirability. It can also be used as an exclamation, as in 'good!' expressing approval or satisfaction.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Life is good when you surround yourself with positive people."
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morning

πŸ“ Description
"Morning" is a noun from Old English 'morgen', meaning the period of time between midnight and midday. It's often used to signify the start of the day. It can also be an informal greeting, as in 'good morning'.
πŸ“ Example Sentence
"Every morning, I enjoy a hot cup of coffee and the peaceful silence before the world wakes up."
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