I'm learning german by myself for around 5 months now and when I'm in a supermarket, when the cashier tells me "good evening" I never catch exactly what he/she says.
I already asked my question at work where almost everyone is german and it looks not to be that obvious.
I all the time heard "schön Abend" which sounds to me not grammaticaly correct. I already know we say "gute Nacht" and "schönes Wochenende". So here I have two possibilities, it may be accusative or nominative.
If they really say "schön Abend" it might then be because of their dialekt...
As I want to look like a real german :p when I say good good evening and because grammar is important to me as a learner, to have some basics to which I can refer while speaking, I need your help.
For the moment I'm stuck with my "Einen schönen Tag noch".
Thank you in advance.