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    Question Good /Nice


    I want to end an email to an english friend with either 'have a good weekend' or 'have a nice weekend' Which one is more common and which one shall I use.

    Also, there is a song by Geri Halliwell (Scream if you wanna g faster) where she says 'Have a nice day as american say'....Don't British Say that and what is more common?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Good /Nice

    I'd use ''good weekend'.

    'Have a nice day' is now used in British English, but came from the US.

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