Guten Morgen

mxyloreda

mxyloreda

Why isn't it Guter Morgen? I'm guessing this is the accusative form, am I right? Why not the nominative form? Please do not answer this if you are not one of the Rocket German teachers. I know you mean to be kind but I'm tired of not getting replies from the Rocket German staff after someone else answers my questions. When someone else answers my question I'm always worried about whether or not the information is accurate or complete. If you want to add something more after they have answered my question that is 100 percent okay! Thanks for understanding!
PA-deutsch-lover

PA-deutsch-lover

I'm not a moderator here, but I just want to give this a shot, so when they answer I can see if I'm right. I believe it's short for "Haben Sie einen guten Morgen."
RAFIK--

RAFIK--

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