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Floy

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Russian
Hello!

I am wondering if it`s a common expression (wish) in English? My friend has her first-year anniversary and I want to say "Wish you a lot of anniversaries!" meaning I hope they will be together for a long time. Or is there another phrase to say the same?

Many thanks!
 
  • Fabulist

    Banned
    American English
    Autumn Owl's suggestion doesn't sound idiomatic to me, but perhaps it is used in some varieties of English. The OP suggestion doesn't sound idiomatic at all. One might say, "(Have a) happy anniversary, and many more!" with "Have a" optional.
     
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