I would like to ask you - Is it usual or common to use "Have a good day"?
What is the actual meaning of this phrase?
Thanks for your answer.
From my experience the phrase "Have a good day!" is quite common. In fact, I use it almost everyday in the morning when I say goodbye to my students. Practically it means: "Have a good 'rest of the' day.
- Jana: Goodbye, see you next week.
- John: Bye and have a good day!
- Jana: Thanks, you too
It may also be used to end an informal e-mail or sms, for example:
That's fine. See you tomorrow at 5pm. Have a good day! MattHope this helps