What Do You Reply To Enjoy Your Day?

How do you say enjoy your company?

You can say “in your company” but it is very, very formal.

More common ways of saying the same thing are “I had a good time with you” or “I enjoyed our time together.”.

Can we reply anytime for thanks?

We say thank you when we want to show our appreciation or gratitude for something that somebody else did. We say anytime in response to thank you. Anytime is similar to you’re welcome, no problem, my pleasure, not at all, glad to help, of course, etc.

How do you respond to enjoy your night?

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 to enjoy?

Originally Answered: How do you respond when someone says “enjoy”? If it’s during some form of customer service a simple “Thank you.” is enough. Then you go forth with your activity. Saying nothing can be seen as rude in some cases.

How do you say to enjoy someone?

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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 the reply of nice talking to you?

“Yes, you too”. “Yes, it was nice talking to you too”. “I’ll talk to you later” is ambiguous, it can mean different things. If you know you’ll see the other person later, “Yes, see you later” can be used, but is informal.

How do you answer enjoy your meal?

When you’re having lunch and you see someone he can say “enjoy your meal”, “bon appétit” or “enjoy”. I can answer him by saying “thank you”, for instance. But for example in Spanish we usually say a sentence which means something like “you can join me/us, if you want” (inviting him).

Is it rude to say you’re welcome?

When the phrase is exclaimed in the absence of thanks, as comedians have made popular, it is obviously rude. When used graciously, “you’re welcome” is a perfectly polite form of expression.

Why shouldn’t you say you’re welcome?

When you do a favor, and someone says “thank you,” the automatic response is “you’re welcome.” It’s a basic rule of politeness, and it signals that you accept the expression of gratitude—or that you were happy to help. But according to one leading psychologist, this isn’t the best choice of words.

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.

What should be the reply of anytime?

When they’ve helped you in some way and you say “thanks,” then “anytime” means “I am glad to help anytime you need help.” It’s informal and casual. Other people will say “no problem.” It has the same meaning: “It was not inconvenient for me to help you.”

How do you respond to enjoy the weekend?

Their a lot of responses you might consider like :Aww, thanks hope you have a great weekend too.Same goes for you.My weekend will be great knowing that you hoped for it to be so.I will , you too.Yeah I will , I’m going to ……. (you can start another conversation and talk about your plans for the weekend), wbu ?