Going to Bed / Getting Up

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Beare, Kenneth. "Going to Bed / Getting Up." ThoughtCo, Nov. 25, 2014, thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037. Beare, Kenneth. (2014, November 25). Going to Bed / Getting Up. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037 Beare, Kenneth. "Going to Bed / Getting Up." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037 (accessed September 26, 2017).

Before we go to bed and when we get up in the morning it's common to make small talk about sleeping. Here are the most common phrases used:

Before Going to Bed

Good night.
Sleep well.
Have a good night's sleep.
Make sure to get a good night's sleep.
I hope you sleep well.
See you in the morning

Example Dialogues

Person 1: Good night.
Person 2: See you in the morning.

Person 1: I hope you sleep well.
Person 2: Thank you.

Make sure you get a good night's sleep as well.

In the Morning, after Getting Up

I hope you had a good night's sleep.
Did you sleep well?
Did you have a good night's sleep?
I slept well, how about you?
Good morning. Did you sleep well?
How did you sleep?

Example Dialogues

Person 1: Good morning.
Person 2: Good morning. Did you sleep well?

Person 1: I hope you had a good night's sleep.
Person 2: Yes, thank you I did, and you?

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Your Citation
Beare, Kenneth. "Going to Bed / Getting Up." ThoughtCo, Nov. 25, 2014, thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037. Beare, Kenneth. (2014, November 25). Going to Bed / Getting Up. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037 Beare, Kenneth. "Going to Bed / Getting Up." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/going-to-bed-getting-up-1212037 (accessed September 26, 2017).