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Explanation: This is how we say it in Japan.
The parenthesized part can be added to be more polite. Usually, in conversations, you nod and smile a little while saying this.
"Yoi" means "good" but also implies "great" in polite Japanese.
It's better than "Sutekina", since it is inclusive to great health, great fortune, and great summer! "suteki" is used rather to express aesthetic beauty and fair weather(sutekina natsu== a summer with a good weather).