- Have a good day or have a nice day?
- Did you have or had a good day?
- How do you say enjoy the rest of your day?
- How do you say have a good day in a cute way?
- Is Did you sleep well correct?
- Did you have a good day reply?
- Is have a good rest of the day grammatically correct?
- What is have a good day slang for?
- Have a great rest of your day meaning?
- What can I say instead of good morning?
- How do you say have a good day formal?
- Did she have or had?
Have a good day or have a nice day?
If it’s an ordinary day, you’d say ‘Have a nice day’.
If it’s the other person’s birthday, or another special day, you might say ‘Have a great day’.
Have a nice day is more common and less enthusiastic.
Have a great day is still completely correct but a little more emphatic..
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.
How do you say enjoy the rest of your day?
Originally Answered: can I say enjoy the rest of the day? “Enjoy the rest of your day” or “I hope you enjoy your day” would sound slightly more colloquial. Or even more commonly used “Have a nice day” or “have a good day”.
How do you say have a good day in a cute way?
Other Ways to Say “Have a Great Day” Have an awesome day! I hope your day is great! Today will be the best! Have a splendid day!
Is Did you sleep well correct?
Slept well? No, it’s not correct. What I suggest to my students is to observe the patterns that arise because did can never exist with the past tense form (in your example slept) of any verb in a sentence.
Did you have a good day reply?
To all these trite expressions, lumped together as the Have a nice day response, the answer is: anything positive, Thank you, You too, Thanks, You bet, Same to you, Yup, Right back at ya, etc.
Is have a good rest of the day grammatically correct?
If your day so far has been bad, I might say “have a good rest of the day” to emphasize that I hope there is an improvement. Hence “awkward, yet grammatically correct”. The awkwardness comes from the fact that “rest”, when meaning “remaining portion”, is almost always used with “the”, not “a”.
What is have a good day slang for?
The American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms stated that “have a nice day” first came into being in 1920, and the phrase and its variants became widely used after the 1950s. … By around 2000, “have a nice day” and “have a good day” were taken metaphorically, morphing into synonyms of the parting phrase “goodbye”.
Have a great rest of your day meaning?
“rest of the day/rest of your day” to me is used when it’s an in-between time, and it feels a little weird to use “have a good morning/afternoon/evening!”
What can I say instead of good morning?
Different Ways To Say Good MorningRise and shine! – This is usually said when you are in the process of waking someone from sleep.Top of the morning to you! … Good day to you.Have a great day.Hello there!Wishing you the best for the day ahead.How are you this fine morning?Isn’t it a beautiful day today?More items…•
How do you say have a good day formal?
Some such varieties could be :”Have a wonderful day !””Have a great day !””Have a grand day !””Have a cheerful day !”“May your day be blessed !””Have a joyous day !”“Enjoy this day and everyday !”“Celebrate ! You deserve this day, and the day deserves you, too.”More items…•
Did she have or had?
Note that the infinitive form of every verb except BE looks the same as the ordinary present form, so it’s easy to become confused about this. ‘has’ is 3rd-person PRESENT tense only. ‘have’ is 3rd-person PAST tense. DID is PAST tense, hence use have.