Going to Bed / Getting Up

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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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 April 22, 2018).