Quick Answer: When We Say Have A Good Day?

What is another word for have a good day?

“Have a rock n’ roll day!” “Enjoy your new day.” “Be yourself.” “Whatever will be will be, the future is not ours to see.”.

What did you have or had?

“Had” is not the appropriate tense to use in this case: you must use “have”. The grammatically correct form of your sentence would be “Did you already have the opportunity to do something?”

Did you have a good day reply?

If the person is saying, “Have a good day!” as the end of the conversation, it is polite to say, “Thanks, you too!” This shows that you hope they have a good day as well.

What do you reply when someone says have fun?

What should you say in response if someone tells you to go out and have fun? If you want to go out: Go out! Have a blast!

Did you have or had a good day?

The form “Do you have a good day?”, although grammatical, is never used in practice. Instead, “Are you having a good day?” is used. If we agree that at 9 pm the day is over, or almost over, then the sentence “Did you have a good day” is correct.

What is the reply for Have a Nice Day answer?

So, from a friend or a person you know it is fine and you should respond with any of the usual, hi, thanks, you too, so nice thanks, thank you, etc. with a warm smile.

What is the reply to have a good one?

“Thanks. You have a good one, too!” Its so simple and easy to say, “Have a nice day.” or “Have a good day.”

Did you have or had fun?

As Dr Suess would say, “these things are fun, and fun is good.” Fun is good. But the question “did you have fun” implies a passive reception of fun. As if your kid should have been on the receiving end of the fun. But they can be the generators of the fun.

What does it mean when someone says have a good day?

Have a nice day is a commonly spoken expression used to conclude a conversation (whether brief or extensive), or end a message by hoping the person to whom it is addressed experiences a pleasant day. … Critics of the phrase characterize it as an imperative, obliging the person to have a nice day.

Is it correct to say good day?

The worst greeting is no greeting; the “nod” greeting avoids that. If the greeted responds with a “Good (Morning , Afternoon, Evening)”, the greeter may respond “(Morning, Afternoon, Evening)” followed by a “Sir”, Ma’am” or “Doctor” and be finished. You can absolutely use Good day any time of the day.

Is saying have a nice life rude?

You absolutely, positively never say “have a nice life” or “I hope you have a nice life” or “I wish you a nice life” or anything else based around “nice life” as a cheery farewell anywhere in America or, I suspect, the rest of the English speaking world.

When should we say good night?

If it is in the evening, you can say “have a good night”, as a way to end a conversation. It is a friendly way to let someone know you are hoping they have a happy evening. Another time you might use it, is if someone is going to sleep.

What is a good greeting?

Formal greetings: “How do you do?”“Hello!”“Good morning.”“Good afternoon.”“Good evening.”“It’s nice to meet you.”“It’s a pleasure to meet you.” (These last two only work when you are meeting someone for the first time.)

How do you wish someone a good day?

I love you. You are the reason I smile. You are the sunshine of my life. And I am wishing you a very nice day because, for me, your happiness means so much, Stay happy.