1. Ellouder

    Ellouder Senior Member

    Hola a todos...


    I've heard this expression in a Shakespeare's Richard III movie:

    'Good morrow!', something like 'good morning'.

    Does it mean the same?



    Regards
     
  2. jandro_pardo Senior Member

    Galicia
    Galician & Spanish - Spain
    Hi!

    Yes, both expressions mean the same, although good morrow is nowadays an archaism.
     
  3. Masood Senior Member

    Leicester, England
    British English
    Good morrow...is antiquated English. I believe it means 'Good Morning'.
     
  4. Ellouder

    Ellouder Senior Member

    Thank you, that's what I thought.
     

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