Your friend are going to take a test or exam, so you want to encourage him/her.
your colleague or friend are going to move to another place and you can't see him/her so often.
Your friend or colleague had a mishap so you want to encourage him/her.
I'm going to Shikoku Ohenro tour( visiting temples) and will be back Sunday night.
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When you hear your friend's family passed away, you would say," I'm sorry to hear about the death of..." I think this is the basic expression . Then how do you express these situations I wrote below. * situation1. Your friend are going to take a test or exam, so you want to encourage him/her.