Hi I am writing a Christmas card for my Latin teacher and am trying to say, 'Dear Miss Crookes, Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! I have really enjoy studying Latin this year. Best wishes'. I would also like to write the date.My attempts in Latin so far are:Datum Romae die 19 decembris anno 2012(beatlemaniac) Miss Crookes salutem dicit. (Any suggestions as to what Miss Crookes would be in the dative, and would this be too formal for a Christmas card?) Natale Christi hilare (or Felix Dies Natalis - which is more natural?) et faustum annum novum. Gratias tibi ago for teaching me (sorry, really not sure about this one) hoc annus. tu documenta fructus sum valde. Also, does anyone have any ideas about what 'Best wishes' (or something to that effect) would be? How would Roman letters normally have been ended? Thanks so much for any help. It's much appreciated. Please correct any mistakes! Thanks again.