Hello everyone, I know that you can use the verb "have" to wish somebody something good, for example: have a good day, have a good trip, have a good vacation, etc. Now, I'd like to know if the examples below sound idiomatic/commom in English. If not, what do you suggest? Please take a look. a. Have a good party. [= I wish you a good time at the party.] b. Have a good reading. [ = I wish you a good time during your reading.] c. Have good studying. [= I wish you a good time during your studying.] Thank you in advance!