hope you can enjoy your parties

Sun14

Senior Member
Chinese
Hello, my friends,

I was wondering whether the underlined part is idiomatic:

"Hope to do such adventurous things with you in the future. Hope you can enjoy your parties."

Context: I relied the message from my friends who organized the Thanksgiving party. She thanked me for helping her with the preparation for the party. I replied the message to tell her that I enjoy the party a lot. The first sentence is about my gratitude and the second is about my best wishes to her because I knew she would go to two parties on the weekend.
 
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  • Sun14

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    Kick the "can." "Hope you enjoy your parties."

    I was wondering whether repeating hope in the consecutive sentence might sound more natural if we changed the second into "have a good time in":

    "Hope to do such adventurous things with you in the future. Have a good time in your parties."
     
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