Say hello on my part /for me/from my side

Can I use:
Say hello to him on my part/ on my behalf/for me/ from my side.
I mean say hello to him in my place.
Thank you.
Like the second person is going to meet the third person so I want her/him to say hello in my place.
What should I use?
 
  • Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    Examples:
    Between two opposing companies in a lawcase: "You will be receiving a response from my side in the next few days".
    Between two football managers: "I can assure Mr Wenger that he'll have to face a strong attack from my side on Saturday."

    Here, "side" mans a team (of lawyers or soccer players).
     

    Lun-14

    Banned
    Hindi
    Examples:
    Between two opposing companies in a lawcase: "You will be receiving a response from my side in the next few days".
    Between two football managers: "I can assure Mr Wenger that he'll have to face a strong attack from my side on Saturday."

    Here, "side" mans a team (of lawyers or soccer players).
    Hi Keith,

    Please have a look at this situation:

    One of my friends Maria gives birth to a baby. She throws a party at her home to celebrate the birth of her baby. Unfortunately I am not able to attend the party due to some office work - I have to submit an assignment to my boss. I hand in a gift (which I've purchased for the new-born) to one of my friends (who's going to attend the party) and ask her to give it to Maria.
    I write on the gift:
    Congratulations, Maria, from/for Lun-14!

    Would you please let me know whether both "for" and "from" correct here?
     
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