Danke alles bestens.


In lesson 18.4 Danke alles bestens.is translated simply as thank you. Seems like it should mean more than that otherwise why not just say Danke? Is there an English equivalent? The Google translator has it as "Thank you all the Best" but I've never heard that in English.


Sandra: "And you, Sabine? How are things for you?" Sabine: "Danke, alles bestens." According to the context, I would interpret this as "Thank you, everything is great/super/awesome!" My 2 cents.


Yeah,I think Yi-yen is right.

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