- What is have a nice weekend in French?
- Is it have a nice or good weekend?
- What does have a good weekend mean?
- Is it rude to say likewise?
- What do you answer to have a great day?
- Have a great day you too meaning?
- What is the reply to have a good one?
- What is the answer to have a good evening?
- How do you respond when someone says have a good weekend?
- What is a synonym for have a nice weekend?
- How do you reply to good morning?
- Have a nice day ahead meaning in English?
- How do you respond to hope your week is going well?
- Do you have a good weekend too or as well?
What is have a nice weekend in French?
Formal: Je vous souhaite un bon weekend.
Or just short: Bon weekend!.
Is it have a nice or good weekend?
have a nice weekends. This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. The addition of the article ‘a’ indicates one ‘weekend’ so the plural should not be used here.
What does have a good weekend mean?
1. used for saying that you hope someone enjoys something such as a journey, holiday, or period of time. Have a good weekend. See you on Monday.
Is it rude to say likewise?
“Likewise” is more formal. So if you mean polite in terms of etiquette, protocol or good old-fashioned dignity, go with likewise. … It don’t sound cool to reply back like this as polite answer you yourself can say is same to you, here. LIKEWISE means different for different persons and is often used for different words.
What do you answer to have a great day?
The next time someone mumbles “Have a great day,” let your eyes light up, give them a sincere smile, and turn directly toward them as though you’d never heard that inspired salutation before. Then happily exclaim something effervescent like, “Why, thank you very much.
Have a great day you too meaning?
In fact “You have a great day too” is a variation on the rather less chummy “I hope you also have a great day”. To have a great day “to” – is to have a great day to do something, meet someone etc. A great day to you, too.
What is the reply to have a good one?
I’d probably just say, “Thanks,” or maybe, “Thanks, I will.” This phrase is a greeting and basically means “goodbye”. There is an entry for it in The Free Dictionary (which groups it with “Have a nice day” and similar phrases), where it is defined thus: Cliché an expression said when parting or saying good-bye.
What is the answer to have a good evening?
Senior Member. Hello sldxhy, if you mean “what should you say in response?”, you can just say “Thanks”, or “thanks a lot”, or “thank you” or – if you want to be humorous: “thanks, I’ll try!”
How do you respond when someone says have a good weekend?
“Have a nice weekend!”, one says. And we reply with “I wish you the same!”, “Thanks, you too!” or “Thanks, the same for you.” At least we would say: “I wish you a nice weekend as well!”, but we would feel a little bit weird about so much repetition.
What is a synonym for have a nice weekend?
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How do you reply to good morning?
Originally Answered: what should we say when someone wishing us good morning? The simplest answer is Good morning. If someone wish you good morning , best reply is wish him/her back with same phrase. However, in the Industry, it has become the trend to reply with the word morning .
Have a nice day ahead meaning in English?
The natural way to say it is “have a good day” or “have a great day”. Putting the word “ahead” does not really change the meaning. The natural way to say it is “have a good day” or “have a great day”.
How do you respond to hope your week is going well?
Therefore, in keeping this goal of fairness and balance in mind then, some appropriate responses to someone saying “Hope your weekend is going well” could be as simple as, “Thanks, I hope yours is going well also.” Or if you want to be a little friendlier: “It’s going great, thanks!
Do you have a good weekend too or as well?
You have a nice weekend, too vs Thank you. You have a nice weekend as well. Both phrases are correct. The phrase “as well” is more formal than “too.”