How can you answer the phrase have a nice weekend?
Thanks, you too!
Buon fine settimana! is one Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Have a nice weekend!" Specifically, the masculine adjective buon is "good." The masculine noun fine-settimana" translates as "weekend" from the combination of the masculine noun fine ("end") and the feminine noun settimana ("week"). The pronunciation will be "bwohn FEE-ney SET-tee-MA-na" in Italian.
Buon fine settimana! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Have a great weekend!" Specifically, the masculine adjective buono* is "good, nice, great". The masculine noun fine means "end". The feminine noun settimana translates as "weekend". The pronunciation will be "bwohn FEE-ney SEHT-tee-MAH-nah" in Italian. *The final vowel drops before a noun which begins with a consonant.
Big problem! All you can do is apologize and think of a nice romantic weekend away. If you can't afford a weekend away then a romantic dinner for two at a nice restaurant that provides dancing and perhaps a carriage ride if you live somewhere like NY and if that's not available then perhaps stay in a nice hotel for the night.