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    Have a good rest of the week.

    Hi

    Is it correct to end a mail message in the middle of the week with the following expression:

    1) Have a good rest of the week.
    2) Have a pleasant rest of the week.

    Could you suggest modern idioms, which are used in the correspondence.

    Thank you in advance for your help.

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    Re: Have a good rest of the week.

    The first of those is fine. I think 'pleasant' is a bit formal before the chattier 'rest of the week'.

    b

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