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Hi there,

Could you please help me to know what this idiom means .. here is an example (that I want to understand as well) ..

Your Message To Me Made My Day!

Please correct any mistakes you find in my writing .. Thanks In Advance Emotion: smile
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Hello The Graduate and MrM! Emotion: smile

I was wondering if "you make his/her day" was possible. I know the idiom is "make my day", but, maybe that makes sense too?

Thanks in advance!
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I happened one Sunday to be in a church that uses an ultra modern translation of the scriptures in the services (Word, I think). I was rather shocked to hear "make my day" during the reading of the Gospel, so when I returned home, I looked up the scripture in my old-fashioned King James version: "complete my joy".
I m not uderstading the exact mean of that
>I m not uderstading the exact mean of that

I do NOT UNDERSTAND the exact MEANING of that
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If I understood it, your sentence means "The message you sent me made me really happy" Emotion: smile.
PuccaIf I understood it, your sentence means "The message you sent me made me really happy" Emotion: smile.
That's it! (It was the best part of my day.)
Thank You All Guys Especially PuccaAnd Philip Emotion: smile
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