Good morning, Happy New Year. Good week?

We usually say “Good morning”, “good night”, “Happy New Year!”, or “have a nice weekend!”. We say this to wish a nice morning, night, year or weekend.

But I think that we are missing some other important time units: weeks and months.

I advocate that we should also say “good week” (on Mondays) and “good month!” (beginning of the month).

Why weeks and months, which ones plays an important role in our lifes, are not wished to be good? Just another language mystery.

1 comment to Good morning, Happy New Year. Good week?

  • yan

    i agree with you on this. we should wish others a good week or month – placing equal emphasis with the day and year. ūüôā

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