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As said above, try to localize the leak. Park on a clean spot in the evening and check in the morning under what part of the engine is the leak. It can be more difficult if you have undertray, it can me dripping of it.
Most probably not the headgasket. Don’t panic; try to rule out the simple things first. Like the sump plug for example. Most garages don’t change its washer and it can fail. My car was also leaking on the place where dipstick enters the block. It can come from crankshaft seals... you need to localize it. And keep your eye on oil level to see how much is it loosing.
And make sure its engine oil. It can be power steering fluid as well, pretty common. Or gearbox oil...
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