Magic 8 Ball - Good Use of Template Literals w/switch statement?

I was working on this magic 8 Ball exercise and ended up with this version of code after fussing around a bit. It does what it is meant to. It’s not terribly difficult to read. But it is not the suggested approach in the exercise and hints. I’m just looking for input from people with more experience. Is this a good use of the switch and template literal together?

let userName = '';
userName ? console.log('Hello Jibsy') : console.log('Hello');

const userQuestion = 'Am I the one and only true Booch??';
console.log(`Ani asked: ${userQuestion}`);

console.log();

const randomNumber = Math.floor(Math.random() * 9);
let eightBall = '';

let qwkst = 'The 8 Ball answers:';
switch (randomNumber) {
  case 0:
    console.log(`${qwkst} It is certain`)
  break;
  case 1 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} It is decidedly so`)
  break;
  case 2 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} Reply hazy try again`)
  break;
  case 3 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} Cannot predict now`)
  break;
  case 4 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} Do not count on it`)
  break;
  case 5 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} My sources say no`)
  break;
  case 6 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} Outlook not so good`)
  break;
  case 7 :
    console.log(`${qwkst} Signs point to yes`)
  break;
  default:
    console.log("Magic 8 Ball will be back in 5.")
};

Hey there bncek! Yes you’re using the template literal correctly together with the switch conditional.