Question: What Is A Nice Evening Reply?

What do you reply when someone says Happy Friday?

You don’t need to parrot a phrase back to somebody when they say it….Almost anything other than stony silence:Same to you!Back at you!Thanks.

It’s finally here!Friday again?!Hope you have a great weekend!.

What is the response to have a good 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.

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.

How do you respond to enjoy?

“Enjoy!” is just common e-mail courtesy and generally doesn’t need a response. If you feel the need to reply to the e-mail you should keep is just as succinct as theirs e.g. “Will do!”. To reply or not is your prerogative. You can simply state “thank you!”.

How do you respond to I’m so happy for you?

You’re great, I’m happy for you….You may respond in these ways:’You are really being extremely nice.Thank you. ”You motivate me to do better’ (say this to someone close to you).’This encourages me’ .’Well that makes me happy too’.’It only for your prayers(if you are religious)’.

How do you respond when someone says your beautiful?

When someone says you are beautiful, cute or pretty, be gracious, accept and give credit to them. Graciously accepting compliments creates more opportunities to be complimented. If it’s coming from a stranger, you are safer with a simple ‘thank you’.

How do you reply to have a great weekend?

Someone says: “Have a nice weekend!”…Consider saying this to a foreign person, not a friend:”Same to you.””You too.””I wish you, too.”

How do you say to enjoy someone?

Using this phrase is a very popular way of telling someone to enjoy their meal….If you’re having friends over for lunch or dinner, you can say the following:Let’s dig in (or ‘dig in’)Enjoy your meal (or ‘enjoy’)Hope you enjoy what we’ve made for you.Bon appetit.

How do I reply to have a good day back?

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.

How do you reply to nice pictures?

Post #251760 I think the best response is a simple “Thank you.” If you have better photos than the ones they’re complimenting, you might even say, “Thanks – I’d love to show you some of my better work too.” But always be thankful for the compliment even if you don’t feel the work is as good as they think it is.

How do you respond politely?

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How do you respond to a nice evening?

Its most common meaning is good-bye. If you really want to express the hope that they have a nice evening you can say: Have a pleasant evening. Enjoy your evening.

What is the reply for have a nice time?

The easiest (and probably standard) responses are “Thanks, you too” or “Thank you, same to you”. More formal responses might include more detail specific to wherever they are about to go: “Thank you, you have a wonderful time at …!” I hope this helps.

How do you reply to your best?

A few common responses to compliments are “you’re welcome”, “no problem”, “my pleasure” or “glad I could help”. The best of all is ” My Pleasure”. because it suggests that you accepted the opportunity and tried your best to help and solve the issue and gave the best solution that really worked for the person.

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.