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Explanation: Most usual greeting before noon when meeting somebody.
However, "bonne journée" should be used when leaving (with the variation "bonne soirée" at the end of the day.
When meeting somebody after noon "bonsoir" (good evening) would generally be used.
trfrederic Ireland Local time: 18:13 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 4
2 days 3 hrs confidence:
bien le bonjour
Explanation: autre possibilite
yacine Local time: 19:13 Native speaker of: Arabic, French PRO pts in pair: 157