How you ask 'have you had a good day?' Could you say 'avez-vous passé bonne journée?'

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Andrew

Kwiziq community member

11 November 2017

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How you ask 'have you had a good day?' Could you say 'avez-vous passé bonne journée?'

Chris

Kwiziq community member

12 November 2017

12/11/17

There are many ways to express this in French. I don't know if there is one that sticks out as being the most commonly used one. A native speaker would have to chime in here (Amélie?). "Aviez-vous passé une bonne journée ?" "Comment était votre journée ?" -- How was your day? "Tout s'est bien passé aujourd'hui ?" -- Did everything go well today? These are some that come to mind. -- Chris (not a native speaker)

Ron

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15 November 2017

15/11/17

Bonsoir Andrew, Here's one that I have heard used: Ta journée va bien ?

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

30 June 2018

30/06/18

Or simply:

Vous avez passé une bonne journée?

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