REAKCJE JĘZYKOWE ANGIELSKI WYZWANIE #2

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Rozpoczynamy drugi dzień przygody z reakcjami językowymi. Choć niektóre frazy mogą wydawać się proste, cała ‚zabawa’ polega na tym, aby ładnie i poprawnie wpleść je w konwersację. Mam nadzieję, że rozpracujesz je w chwilę. Pamiętaj jednak, aby najpierw powtórzyć materiał z poprzedniej lekcji, a dopiero później dokładać nowe partie materiału.

Wyzwanie – zasady

  1. Wyzwanie pt. Reakcje językowe angielski odbywa się na blogu w dniach 15.05 – 13.06.2017.
  2. Poznasz ponad 150 fraz!
  3. Każdego dnia publikuję nowy post z pięcioma frazami, które są powszechnie używane w sytuacjach życia codziennego.
  4. Każda fraza opatrzona jest nagraniem wymowy.
  5. Uczysz się za pomocą listy słówek i/lub fiszek.
  6. Pod każdą lekcją jest krótkie zadanie, który sprawdza czy jesteś w stanie przełożyć teorię na praktykę.
  7. Po przerobieniu 10 lekcji (=10 dni) przeprowadzam test. W sumie będą 4 testy. Co 10 dni test z 10 lekcji, a na koniec wyzwania test z całości ?
  8. Bardzo ważne: oprócz powyższych punktów obowiązuje Cię tworzenie pięciu zdań z użyciem poznanego słownictwa. Zdania te zostawiasz w komentarzu pod postem, a ja daję Ci informację zwrotną czy Twoja fraza została poprawnie użyta czy też coś wymaga poprawy. Nie martw się, możesz komentować jako gość, dzięki czemu pozostajesz anonimowa. Instrukcja do zostawiania komentarzy opinana została w tym artykule.

 

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Reakcje językowe – lista fraz wraz z wymową

 

Have a nice stay – Miłego pobytu

      have-a-nice-stay

Have a nice day – Miłego dnia

      have-a-nice-day

Have a nice flight – Udanego lotu

      have-a-nice-flight

Safe and sound – Cały i zdrowy, cało i zdrowo

      safe-and-sound

Good for you – Brawo!/Gratulacje!

      good-for-you

 

 

 

[qdeck align=”center”] [q] Have a nice stay!

[a] Miłego pobytu!

[q] Have a nice day!

[a] Miłego dnia!

[q] Udanego lotu!

[a] Have a nice flight!

[q] Safe and sound! [a] Cały i zdrowy
Cało i zdrowo [q] Good for you! [a] Brawo!
Gratulacje! [/qdeck]

 

[qwiz align=”center” random=”true”] [h]OD TEORII DO PRAKTYKI
[i]
Twoim dzisiejszym zadaniem jest dopasowanie odpowiedniej reakcji do podanej sytuacji. Ale uwaga! Nie ma podpowiedzi! Kiedy już odpowiesz sobie, koniecznie sprawdź czy Twoja odpowiedź była poprawna 🙂

[q] Twoi znajomi lecę na zagraniczne wakacje. Co im powiesz przed wylotem?

[c*] Sprawdź odpowiedź

[f] Have a nice flight

[q] Twoja przyjaciółka wychodzi rano do pracy. Co jej powiesz?

[c*] Sprawdź odpowiedź

[f] Have a nice day

[q] Pogratuluj koledze zdanego egzaminu.

[c*] Sprawdź odpowiedź

[f] Good for you

[q] Wyjechałaś sama zagranicę. Poinformuj rodzinę, że jesteś cała i zdrowa.

[c*] Sprawdź odpowiedź

[f] I’m safe and sound

[q] Przyjechała do Ciebie znajoma Angielka na kilka dni. Jak powiesz, że życzysz jej udanego pobytu?

[c*] Sprawdź odpowiedź

[f] Have a nice stay

[/qwiz]

 

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  • Meg

    1. I hope you like our country. Have a nice stay.
    2. OK, we’ll talk later. See you tomorrow and have a nice day!
    3. Have you got everything? Where’s your ticket? Oh, there it is. Call me as soon as you land, promise? Have a nice flight, sweetie.
    4. Hi mom, I just call to tell you that I’m safe and sound. There were some turbulence during the flight but in general the journey was fine.
    5. Mom, you know what? I’ve passed the exam and I got the best mark! – Good for you, sweetheart. I knew you would be the best!

  • Wera

    1.Mum, don’t worry I’m safe and sound
    2. I envy you the wonderful holiday. Have a nice flight and stay
    3. I: It’s gonna be a long day at school. Mum: Don’t worry. Take your bag and have a nice day
    4. I’m so proud of your test’s results. Good for you

  • Angelika

    1. When we checked at the hotel, friendly hotel manager said we „have a nice stay and have a good time”!
    2. Every day before school I say to my children „have a nice day”.
    3. At the airport:
    – Alice, you have everything – ticket, passport, money?
    – Mum, don’t worry. I have everything.
    – Ok darling. Have a nice flight and have fun! Please call me when you land.
    – Thanks. Of course mum, I call you asap.
    4. When I landed at the airport, I called my parents as soon as possible and told them I was safe and sound.
    5. – Mum, I passed driving test first time without faults!
    – Good for you! Great job darling.

    • Angelika,

      1. Zameldować się ‚check in’. Fraza ‚have a nice stay’ nie wymaga podmiotu (czyli to ‚we’ jest zbędne)

      Gratuluję, coraz lepiej 😀

  • Karola

    1. I buy a tickets on Canarian Islands and we fly in this year. – Have a nice stay and we come back safes and sounds
    2. I go to new job today. I will be working in a restaurant. Have a nice day.
    3. I passed the driving test. Good for you.
    4. I will be flying for the first time of my life. I am very afraid. Don’t worry, everything will be great and I wish you have a nice flight
    5. Welcome to Lanzarote and have a nice stay.

    • Karola,

      1. ‚a’ stawiamy przed rzeczownikami w l. pojedynczej. Mówimy ‚this year’, ‚next week’ nie dokładamy przed te frazy przyimka ‚in’ – typowy polski błąd. We are flying (present continuous for future) . Fraza brzmi ‚safe and sound’ nie dokładamy ‚s’

      2. Pokombinuj z czasami.

      Take care!

  • Julita Jasińska

    1. Thank you for choosing Riviera Hotel. Have a nice stay!
    2. I must go now. Have a nice day and don’t forget to water the plants.
    3. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome on board and have a nice flight.
    4. That trip was terrible, but fortunately we got home safe and sound.
    5. „Good for you,” the teacher told me when I corrected my mistake.

    • Julita,

      I am impressed 😀

      More power to your elbow!

      • Marzena

        Can you explain what does it mean:More power to your elbow?
        I suppose it’s some expression?Elbow=łokieć/kolanko…

        Thank you in advance, I also learn reading comments:)

        • Of course!

          In Polish it’s like: Oby tak dalej! Tak trzymaj! Niech moc będzie z Tobą:)
          This is an idiom.

          🙂

  • Monika

    Monika,

    1. Today My friends fly by plane to Italy. I say Have a nice flight and
    stay.

    2. When my husband leaves home, he says “Have a nice day”.

    3. My son passes the exam for driving license. “Good for you” I say.

    4. “I am
    safe and sound” The daughter wrote to mum.

  • Sylwia,
    5. asked her to

    Really nice!

  • Marzena

    1. A receptionist in a hotel can tell me: Have a nice stay
    2. I’m a nice person so every morning I tell to everybody:Have a nice day
    3.My cousins are going to the airport, I tell them: Have a nice flight
    4.I’ve been arriving to my home safe and sound.
    5. My husband got a promotion. – Good for you, Honey:)

  • Agness

    1. Hi Gosia, I’m very happy that you came to my city – call me when you will be refreshed after the journey. Have a nice stay in this wonderful hotel!
    2. It’s very nice, when someone send me a message in the morning: „Have a nice day”.
    3. When I was going to Greece, my mum came with me at the airport and tell at the end: „Have a nice flight”.
    4. Hi mum, I’m calling to tell you that everything is OK, I’m safe and sound. Drive by train was very interesting, I’ve met some new friends.
    5. When I found new, high-powered job, everyone told me: „Good for you”!

    • Agness,

      1. will refresh – odświeżysz się
      2. (…) someone sendS

      3. (…) told

      4. Train journey … I met

      Keep going!

      • Agness

        haha no tak, głupszych błędów od ‘send’ i ‘tell’ nie mogłam zrobić, Dziękuję za poprawę 🙂

  • Ann

    1. During the holiday time my family usually rents several small holiday cottages. We always welcome our guests by saying „Have a nice stay”.
    2. I wish the person who has prepared this challenge „Have a nice day”.
    3. I am at the airport. My handsome husband is going abroad. I am very depressed but I am trying to be polite so I say „Have a nice flight”.
    4. I often call my husband when he is at work to ask how he is and he always replies „Safe and sound”.
    5. When the student passes a very demanding and difficult exam the teacher should always praise him/her and say „Good for you”.

    • Ann,

      4. If he commutes to work (I mean it’s a long journey) it makes sense. If not, consider changing the sentence.

  • Basia

    1) Welcome nice guests in our hotel. Have a nice stay for everyone.
    2) – Are you leaving?
    – Yes, I have to go.
    – So have a nice day,
    3) The Nowak flew to Japan. I told them ”have a nice flight” before traveling.
    4) I finally got to the place. Don’t worry about me. I’m safe and sound.
    5) – Mum, I passed the last exam.
    – Good for you! I’m so proud of you.

  • Olka

    1. This room with a sea view is yours. Have a nice stay!
    2. It was the last thing that I wanted to hear: have a nice day. I got up on the wrong side of bed that day…
    3. She said: have a nice flight, but I was still terrified when I was thinking of getiing on the board.
    4. Uff, safe and sound…and on the ground… this rollercoaster was a challange for me.
    5. ‚Yay! I got accepted to McDonalds for a post of chips maker!’ ‚Good for you!’

  • Agnieszka131

    1) Tomorrow, I’m going to Berlin. I stay there for three weeks. – Have a nice stay.
    2) Today I have a lot of meeting. – So, have a nice day.
    3) Here you are. This is your passport and ticket. Have a nice flight.
    4) My brother was in Ukraina, when there was riot. Fortunately he came back safe and sound.
    5) I pass my exam. – Good for you.

    • Agnieszka,

      1. W drugim zdaniu też trzymaj Present Continuous.
      2. ‚a lot of’ wymaga tu liczby mnogiej (chyba, że rzeczownik jest niepoliczalny)
      4. (…) THE riot
      5. Nie powinien być czas przeszły? 😉

      Good job! 🙂

  • Natalia

    1.-Tomorrow we are flying to Spain.
    -Have a nice flight and stay!
    2. -Today is going to be a hard day.
    -Don’t worry. After all, have a nice day!
    3. Every mother wants her baby back from a trip safe and sound.
    4. -Yesterday I passed my driving test.
    -Good for you!

  • Agnieszka131

    1) Tomorrow, I’m going to Berlin. I stay there for three weeks. – Have a nice stay.
    2) Today I have a lot of meetings. – So, have a nice day.
    3) Here you are. This is your passport and ticket. Have a nice flight.
    4) My brother was in Ukraina, when there was roit. Fonrtunately he came back safe and sound.
    5) I pass my English exam. – Good for you.

  • kaja

    I think you will like Poland. – Have a nice stay.
    It is your the first day in the new job. – Have a nice day.
    I know you don’t like fly but everything will be fine. Have a nice fly. –
    The trip was awful but fortunately I’m safe and sound.
    I heard you passed the exam . – Good for you!

    • Kaja,

      2. albo dajesz your first day albo the first day
      3. po słowie ‚like’ kolejny czasownik z końcówką -ing

      Keep going!

  • Karola

    Have a nice stay on holiday 🙂
    Have a nice day. See you later in the evening .
    Passengers traveling to Italy please prepare your documents . Have a nice flight.
    Mummy I come back to home . Safe and sound
    Kate I passed my exam! Good for you

  • Martyna 91

    1. I work on hotel do I musi day: have a nice day to our guest.
    2. Have a nice day my beautiful girl
    3. In the plane you can hear: Have a nice flight
    4. I’m so glad that you arę safe nad sound
    5. The teacher says: Good for you!

  • Zofia

    1. Have a nice stay I told my aunt when she finally got my home.
    2. It is nice to hear sometimes from a stranger ” have a nice day”.
    3. All family arrived at the airport to told him „have a nice flight”.
    4. Every Sunday I call my mother to tell her I am safe and sound.
    5. Have you finished this book already? Good for you!

    • Zofia,

      3. (…) at the airport to told him (co jest nie tak w tej części zdania?)
      5. ‚already’ oznacza ‚już’ w zdaniach twierdzących. Jakiego słowa należy użyć tutaj?

      Good for you!

  • NOEL

    1) When we came to resident place in a hotel rooms we could find piece of paper with the inscription Have a nice stay !

    2) Have ever seen Agnes ? Yes I have. It was on Monday when I wished her have a nice day, but I hadn’t seen her before

    3) We had been waiting for a plane for one hour until to the moment when I told her have a nice day

    4) I will kill you if you don’t back safe and sound – ( it is a metaphor J )

    5) My daughter passed driving license exam. Good for you! I will buy a new car for her.

    • Noel,

      1. Napisz to zdanie jeszcze raz 🙂
      2. W tym przykładzie użyłaś I hadn’t seen her before. Co dokładnie miałaś na myśli w całym tym przykładzie?
      3. until (bez TO)
      4. Hihihih 😉
      5. Good for you! I will buy a new car for her. Mówisz to do kogoś tam czy do córki? Raz użułaś ‚you’ a następnym razem ‚her’

      Take care

      • NOEL

        1)When we came to resident place we found in a hotel rooms piece of papers with the inscription. Have a nice stay !
        2) Mialem na myśli to że nie widziałem jej kiedys przez ten okres czasu aż do momentu kiedy zyczylem jej miłego dnia.
        3) Mówiłem do kogoś a wiec powinno byc
        A) My daughter passed driving license exam.
        B) Good for her!
        A) I will buy a new car for her.

        • Forgive me, I should have written napisałeś not napisałaś. My mistake.

          1. place of residence (…) a hotel room
          2. ok
          5. OOOOooo właśnie 🙂

          I keep my fingers crossed for you 😀

          • Noel

            Which sentences does the note concern..( .forgive me………..) l have lost ?

          • Noel,

            Zawsze podaję numery zdań, których tyczy się mój komentarz 🙂

            P.S.
            I was lost albo I got lost

  • Jola

    1.Ola, I heard you are going to flight to Egipt. Have a nice flight and stay.
    2. Hi Tom, nice to see you. Have a nice day.
    3. Mum, we have already Got off the airplane. We are safe and sound.
    4. -Mum, I have got job.
    – I’m proud of you. Good for you.

    • Jola,

      1. flight to lot (rzeczownik) a my tu czasownika ‚latać’ potrzebujemy 😉 Popraw
      4. ‚a’ job

      See you tomorrow 🙂

  • NOEL

    2) Have you ever seen Agnes ? Yes I have. It was on Monday when I wished her have a nice day, but I hadn’t seen her before

  • Zosia

    1. The host sad ” have a nice stay” for your guests.
    2. I wish you have a nice day.
    3. The capitan of the plane sad ” have a nice flight” despite the bad weather.
    4. He has had an accident but fortunately he is safe and sound.
    5. You have just won the tournament. Good for you!

    • Zosia,

      1. Poprawne, ale… do moich gości to powiedział czy do czyich?
      3. Czy na pewno słowo ‚sad’? 😉

      Congratulation!

  • Ola

    Moje zdania:
    1. Sorry I am in a hurry, have a nice day! See you later!
    2. – I am going on holiday tomorrow I cant wait!
    – Aaawww nice! Have a nice flight.
    3. I have to give a ring to my parents to tell them that I am safe and sound.
    4. I hope you will enjoy your holiday in our hotel. Have a nice stay!
    5. – I am so happy! I have passed my math exam!
    -Great! Good for you!

  • Ania1

    6.A cousin from Belgium came to me so I wished her a nice stay.
    7. Whenever I shop I say you have a nice day.
    8. My sister was on holiday to Greece – I told her a nice flight.
    9. When I go to work in Germany, I always call home and say that I am safe and sound traveled to the place.
    10.Good for you on the occasion of 18th birthday.

    • Ania,

      7. (…) I say (bez you)
      8. in Greece
      9. to Germany. (…) I am safe and sound traveled to the place – nie brakuje tu czegoś?
      10. nie ten kontekst

      Pozdrawiam

  • Emilia Fidler

    1. Here is your key for an apartment. Have a nice stay.
    2. We will see at 8 o’clock p.m. in our favourite restaurant. Have a nice day darling.
    3. Have a nice flight.
    4. Could you please send me a message that you’re save and sound when you just arrived?
    5. I am just passed three examinations.Good for you.

    • Emilia,

      2. Podajemy albo o’clock albo p.m. 🙂
      4. Popraw proszę to zdanie.
      5. Co jest nie tak: I am just passed

      Don’t give up!

  • Noel

    I have corected….
    1) When we came to resident place we could find in a hotel rooms piece of papers with the inscription. Have a nice stay !

    • Noel,

      1. the place of residence (…); ‚a’ stawiamy przed rzeczownikami w liczbie pojedynczej. W pokoju czy w pokojach?

      I’m proud of you!

  • Kam

    1. – Hi, mum. We’ve just checked in the hotel. We are safe and sound.
    – Ok, have a nice stay.
    2. Dear passenger, please take your seats. We’ve already take off. Have a nice flight.
    3. I heard that you passed your exams. Good for you!

  • Karolina Ka

    6. I hope you have a nice stay in London.
    7. At the end of the project, I would like to thank you all very much for your cooperation and wish you have a nice day.
    8. The plane captain said: Thank you for flying with us, and have a nice flight.
    9. After two days lost in the rubble, all the missing arrived home safe and sound.
    10. You passed your exam, good for you!

    • Karolina,

      9. After two days lost in the rubble – miałaś na myśli że ‚lost’ to są osoby zaginione?

      Great!

  • Ania1

    6. A cousin from Belgium came to me so I wished her a nice stay.
    7. Whenever I shop I say you have a nice day.
    8. My sister was on holiday to Greece – I told her a nice flight.
    9. When I go to work in Germany, I always call home and say that I am safe and sound traveled to the place.
    10. Good for you on the occasion of 18th birthday.

  • Nasturcja

    1. We wish all the participants good luck. Have a nice stay in Poznań!
    2. It is her voice who will tell you to have a nice day on the radio.
    3. Here’s your ticket, sir. Have a nice flight.
    4. It was a rough trip, but we got there safe and sound.
    5. You have lost 10 kilograms already? Good for you!

    • Nasturcja,

      2. voice which/that
      5. To jest pytanie, a więc…?

      Keep going, never give up!

      • Nasturcja

        2. It is her voice which will tell you to have a nice day on the radio.
        5.Have you already lost 10 kilograms? Good for you!

  • Ania1

    6. A cousin from Belgium came to me so I wished her a nice stay.
    7. Whenever I shop I say you have a nice day.
    8. My sister was on holiday to Greece – I told her a nice flight.
    9. When I go to work in Germany, I always call home and say that I am safe and sound traveled to the place.
    10. Good for you on the occasion of 18th birthday.

  • A.

    „Have a nice day!” said Katie leaving the house.
    I was extremely stressed by the fact I have to fly across the ocean. Everyone wished me to have a good flight so I thought it’s going to be just fine.
    After I landed at the airport, I headed to my hotel. The receptionist was kind and showed me the way to my room. Before leaving she said „have a good stay”. It was very thoughtful of her.
    My sister always takes a picture as soon as she arrives at a destination to let everyone know that she is safe and sound.
    „I’ve passed school leaving exams!” „Good for you, Thomas! I’m proud of you.”

    • A.,

      2. by the fact – nie chodziło czasem o because of the fact. Wydaje mi się, że miałaś na myśli jakąś historię, która miała miejsce w przeszłości. Mam rację? Musisz być konsekwentna, co do czasów 🙂

      Keep going! 🙂

  • Dominika,

    1. Proszę popraw ten fragment zdania: when she told me she is going to Italy tommorow. Tu podsyłam link do artykułu jak wygląda następstwo czasów 🙂

    3. someone flight – co jest nie tak? Albo That’s why (dlatego) albo this is because 😉
    4. W jakim czasie chcesz to powiedzieć? W przeszłości czy w teraźniejszości? Musisz być konsekwentna 😉
    5. You won’t believe me – nie uwierzysz mi

    Take care!

  • Perfect! 🙂

    I see your progress 🙂 I keep my fingers crossed for you! 🙂

  • Ania,

    Nie skumałam 😉 Jest oki. Możemy też powiedzieć congratulation(s) …

    Take care

  • Magda,

    3. literówka w słowie ponieważ

    Great! 🙂

  • that you’re save and sound when you just arrived? – do poprawy
    When you arrived
    I am passed? – hmm po co czasownik ‚to be’?

    Pozdrawiam 🙂

    • Emilia Fidler

      4. When you arrive send me a message that you are save and sound.
      Could you please send me a message that you’re save and sound when you just arrive?
      (Czy tak te zdania są poprawne?Jeżeli nie, to nie wiem, jak inaczej je sformułować)
      5. I passed three examinations.

      • 4. saFe – pisownia! – reszta świetnie!
        Zdanie z could: w części po ‚when’ wystarczy nam zwykły present simple

        Chin up! This time is muuuuch better 😀

  • Monika

    1. We go on holiday and my mum wishes us have a nice stay.
    2. It is very nice when I hear „have a nice day” in the morning”.
    3. When we were in plane, the stewardess wished us „have a nice flight”.
    4. When the children go to a trip then the parents say ” come back safe and sound”.
    5. When somebody gets success than everybody say ” Good for you”.

    • Monika,

      1. Wstaw ‚when’ na początek 🙂
      5. everybody sayS – 3.osoba liczby pojedynczej

      Great job! Keep going! 😀

  • Magda

    I can’t find my sentences from yesterday. What was going wrong?

  • ZUZ

    1.Today morning I got a message from my boyfriend. He wrote: „Have a nice day”.
    2. We stayed at hotel. The receptionist told us: „Have a nice stay”
    3. My friends will fly the plane so I wish her ” have a nice flight”
    4. My brother went to the trip. He wrote me a massage that he is „safe and sound”.
    5. I won the competition. My family said „good for you”

    • Zuz,

      3. friends a dalej her kto poleci? 😉
      4. He wrote me a massage that he is „safe and sound”. Musisz być konsekwentna co do czasów. Wiem, że w polskim mówimy napisał mi, że jest cały i zdrowy. Ale ta druga część też odnosi się do przeszłości, a więc Past Simple.

      Really nice!

  • aaaa 😉 After two days of being lost 😀 lub After two days of being in the rubble 🙂 To OF jest ważne 😀

    Keep going 😀

  • 😉

  • Olimpia,

    2. Możesz pominąć I wish you i dać samo have a nice day at school.
    4. from your school trip
    5. Good for you you won the competition. Pierwsze ‚you’ wywodzi się z tego zwrotu, drugie you oznacza ty.

    Excellent 😀

  • Iwa,

    No no no 😀

    Congratulations! 🙂

  • Ania

    1) Every morning I say to my husband „have a nice day”
    2) When somebody is going to flight say „have a nice flight”
    3) – I passed the exam!!
    – Well done. Good for you!
    4) My mum was very happy because I arrived home safe and sound.
    5) Nice to see you in our hotel. Have a nice stay.

  • Ewelina

    1. When I was in the hotel the receptionist who was friendly and helpful told me have a nice stay!
    2. I,m going to school Mam! Have a nice day!
    3. Have a nice flight and have a nice weekend in Monako!
    4. I wish you good luck and go back save and saund.
    5. Good for you? You are the best!

    • Ewelina,

      4. Jak piszemy cały i zdrowy in English? 😉
      5. Bez [?]

      Keep going! Every day practise just a little 😀

      • Ewelina

        4. I wish you good luck and go back safe and saund. (Ups;-) )
        5. Good for you. You are the best!

  • You’re welcome

  • being

  • Ewelina,

    Congratulations!

  • Radek,

    1. … to fly to Warsaw
    5. popracuj na tym zdaniem! 🙂

    Don’t give up!

    • Radosław Kowalski

      5. What? Got you the best mark in the class? Good for you!
      A czy teraz brzmi to logiczniej? 🙂

      • Miało być:

        A. Masz najlepsze oceny w klasie? czy
        B. Dostałeś najlepsze oceny w klasie?

        Anyway, you need to work on the examples ? But chin up!

  • Tomasz

    Better late than never 😉

    1. Our aunt has just come to our town. I told her: „Have a nice stay, aunt Barbara”. And then she smiled.

    2. If you want your partner to feel happy, try to tell him (her) „have a nice day” – especially if you know something may require more effort than usual.

    3. I wanted to shout: have a nice flight!, but it was not possible… as the plane has just took off. What a pity!

    4. Are you safe and sound my son? Yes, I am. My mother always ask me if everything is fine each time I arrive to a new place. She simply loves to show how much care she gives to me.

    5. If you passed this challenge – Good for you! You are in the elite group and you can feel really proud!