Re: "Que te pases bien la fin de semana" Tengo Razon?
Noooo! . It is not either a question or an exclamation.
Originally Posted by Pepe1279
My suggestion to Joey's question and suppositions:
Originally Posted by Joey.
Have a good weekend = Ten un buen fin de semana .
[I hope that you] have a good weekend = [Espero] que tengas un buen fin de semana.
[I hope that you] enjoy the weekend = [Espero] que disfrutes... –> que te pases bien el fin de semana.
[I hope that you] have a good time on weekend –> [Espero] que te lo pases bien el fin de semana.
To be honest, although it is gramatically correct, it doesn't feel not too natural to me to simply say, "Buen fin de semana".
In this cases of ellipsises in salutations and farewells, the usual thing is to say a set phrase: "¡Feliz fin de semana! (Happy weekend!)" is quite usual in this necks of the woods.
Other options are:
Que pases un feliz fin de semana = [I hope that you] spend a good weekend.
Disfruta el fin de semana = Enjoy the weekend.
Please, bring my mistakes to my attention. That's the main reason I dare to write my posts in English.