Is the sentence grammatically correct?
I hope you had a good Sunday today.
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Not really, you are mixing past and present in the same sentence.
You can say:
I hope you are having a good Sunday. (this will be present tense and would not need 'today' in it)
I hope today is going well for you.
I hope you had a good Sunday. (proper past tense)
I hope your Sunday went well. (proper past tense)
- ?Lv 72 months ago
It could be, but, if Sunday were not over, then it should be "are having" rather than "had." Yet, if Sunday were gone, then it should be "yesterday", not "today."
- busterwasmycatLv 72 months ago
Assuming Sunday is basically over. otherwise the person would probably still be having a good sunday. Simple past works just fine for the recent past of uncertain limits.
- fuzzyLv 42 months ago
It's redundant, you say what day it is then say today