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How do you say "Have a nice day" in Japanese or French?

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John Fast writes:

The literal translation in Japanese would be something like "Yoi ichi-nichi o" but it's not a normally-used phrase.

In French, of course, it's simply "Bonne journée."

John Thacker writes:

My first thought for Japanese of a commonly used phrase would be "Tanoshimi ni shite kudasai," which you could translate as something like "have fun / please look forward to it."

Peter St. Onge writes:

Second John Fast.

David S writes:

"Genki de" is another Japanese one.

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