How do you respond to enjoy the weekend?
Best reply to “Have a nice weekend”?
- “Same to you.”
- “You too.”
- “I wish you, too.”
Is it a nice weekend or to too?
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.”
How do you say happy weekend?
Have A Great Weekend Morning Wishes Good morning. Happy weekend. **_No matter how stressful the week was, here is the weekend to give you a splash. I wish you a good morning and a fun-filled weekend.
How do you say happy weekend in email?
On the other hand, if you are signing off some correspondence, such as an email, then Wishing you a happy weekend is more appropriate. To use *Wish you a happy weekend you need to add I to make the sentence grammatical. i.e. I wish you a happy weekend….3 Answers
- Have a good weekend.
- Have a nice weekend.
What is the message of a good weekend?
I wish the day also comes with a lot of fun and blessing for you. Have a very happy weekend! **_Dear, I am wishing you have a good celebration of your favorite foods, a day out, a date, dinner and lots of fun activities. Wishing you the most remarkable weekend!
How do you wish a good weekend in an email?
How do you wish good weekend in an email?
Can I say happy weekend?
As already stated, in English, most people say, “Have a good weekend!”. Interestingly enough, many of my students wish me ‘Happy weekend’. I believe it’s a case of direct translation.
How do you say have a good weekend in an email?
Try to add a pleasant closing before your signature. “Thank you”, “Have a great weekend”, “We appreciate your business”, or “Thank you for your time” are appropriate and add a nice touch to the end of the communication. You do not have to be overly formal, but do not want to be too casual either.
What is the saying Have a great weekend?
“Make your weekend shine with smile and happiness!”
What does wonderful weekend mean?
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. Synonyms and related words.