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Can you write the word Goodbye like this and like this Good bye? What about Goodnight or Good night?

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    Oh and is there some other word for an argument?
    f.e. What are your arguments?

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    Goodbye is usually written just like that, as one word. Good night, however, is usually written as two words.

    You can always find synonyms for words in a good thesaurus, such as www.thesaurus.com

    http://thesaurus.com/browse/argument

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