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Is there a short form of "have a nice lunch"?
I'd guess there should be one for an informal occasion like between friends.
How would you say "have a nice lunch" in situations like:
- to your toddler
- to your co-worker
- to your spouse
Would it be the same "have a nice lunch"? or would you say it differently per situation?
Thanks in advance
asked Sep 16, 2020 at 4:55
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Not exactly, but you can simply say:
This is informal and quite flexible: you can use it in almost any situation where someone is about to do something and you want to express a wish that the thing goes pleasantly.
answered Sep 16, 2020 at 10:24
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