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  • Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    Please explain the context - why are you wanting to say one of these sentences and what are you wanting to convey?
     

    velisarius

    Senior Member
    British English (Sussex)
    Welcome to the forum, firstsoldier.:)

    "Best wishes" would probably be sufficient. I would add "to you" - maybe - if I wanted to be specific: "Best wishes to you for your birthday next week".

    Did you have any particular reason for wanting to add on something to "best wishes"?
     

    firstsoldier

    Member
    persian-iran
    Thank you
    No there is no reason
    I just saw its usage by "with" in a non-native writing
    I wanted to know whether it is true or not?
     

    Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    Do you mean you saw "with best wishes"? If so, then that is a possible alternative, less frequently used than simply "best wishes".
     

    Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    That was in your original question, and Velisarius has already answered, and I agree with her. You should say simply "best wishes". A native speaker would not say "best wishes for you".
     
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