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How do I respond when I am wished 'Good Morning' ? Is it appropriate to say " A very Good morning"?

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Hi,

I would just respond " Good Morning" with a smile. But that depends to whom you are talking and how friendly you wanna be. So for instance when you're talking with a friend you could say " A very good morning.."

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Alex
The normal routine is just to say "Good morning" back to them.
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Mr Alex-93 is cent percentage right. Even then wait for other comments.
It's a bit formal.

A scenario I can picture is a board meeting at the beginning of the work day, where the tasks assigned were not too pleasant; the director dismisses the group with, "I wish you all a very good morning."
Philip
It's a bit formal.

A scenario I can picture is a board meeting at the beginning of the work day, where the tasks assigned were not too pleasant; the director dismisses the group with, "I wish you all a very good morning."

Oh... I guess usage varies in different places. In the UK, "Good morning" is a very common polite greeting that many people use on a daily basis, when arriving at work, when buying something in a shop etc. ... even to family members when coming down to breakfast.
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Hi,

But if we are communicating through mail and their is a professional relation between the persons communicating at that time can we put "A very good morning".

Gaurav
@Gaurav: You may be 100% correct, but I have my reservations since you used "their" instead of "there".
what is correct to address a official meeting to start .A VERY GOOD MORNING TO ALL ... I WELCOME ALL OF YOU OR GOOD MORNIG TO ALL OR WHAT
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