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What do "que paso" and "buenas dias" mean, and are they pood or bad Spanish?

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¿Qué pasó?=What happened? How have things been going with you?

¿Qué pasa? = What's up? How are things going with you?

Buenos días. Either Good morning or Good day.

The phrases are proper Spanish. You just need to correct the spelling and punctuation.

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¿Qué pasó?

this is a Mexican use of the "¿Qué hay? in Spain.

The past tense makes no difference, both mean: what's up?

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