greet vs send her greetings

marcbatco

Senior Member
Italian-Italy
Hi, I would please ask you which of the expression in bold is correct in the following:
Ann please asks you to greet/(send her greetings) to all people she knows when you are back in France.
 
  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Not "greet". But "send her greetings" is okay. (And "everyone" rather than "all people".)

    But it's more likely that someone would say, for example:
    Ann says please give everyone her best wishes / Ann says please remember her to everyone
     

    heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Not "greet". But "send her greetings" is okay. (And "everyone" rather than "all people".)

    But it's more likely that someone would say, for example:
    Ann says please give everyone her best wishes / Ann says please remember her to everyone
    :thumbsup: Or Ann says please say 'hello' (or 'hi') to everyone she knows.
     

    marcbatco

    Senior Member
    Italian-Italy
    Not "greet". But "send her greetings" is okay. (And "everyone" rather than "all people".)

    But it's more likely that someone would say, for example:
    Ann says please give everyone her best wishes / Ann says please remember her to everyone
    :thumbsup: Or Ann says please say 'hello' (or 'hi') to everyone she knows.
    Thank you, lingobingo and heypresto. But then, you need colon, as follows:
    Ann says: please say 'hello'/remember her ... Is it correct?
     
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