different ways to say good morning
- Rise and shine! – This is usually said when you are in the process of waking someone from sleep.
- Top of the morning to you! – This phrase originated in Ireland, which is a predominantly English speaking country, however, it is now widely used in many other English speaking countries as a quirky way to say good morning.)
- Good day to you.
- Have a great day.
- Hello there!
- Wishing you the best for the day ahead.
- How are you this fine morning?
- Isn’t it a beautiful day today? – This phrase is often said when morning greetings are exchanged between two passers by.
- Wakey, wakey, eggs and bakey. – This term is popular in the USA and is used when waking someone up, announcing breakfast time.
- Look alive! – This popular British phrase is used when a person is taking a long time to get prepared in the morning.
- Good morning, sleepy head/wakey wakey, sleepy head – This is a term which you might send in a text message or as a gentle way to wake a person.
- Look at what the cat dragged in! – This humorous phrase is an informal way of greeting a close friend or family member and as a way of telling them that they’re not looking so great this morning.
- What a pleasant morning we are having.
- How is your morning going so far?
- Morning! – This shortened version of the full ‘good morning’ is very frequently used.
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