How do you wish someone a good life?

How do you wish someone a good life?

All The Best Wishes and Good Luck Quotes

  1. Wishing you all the best for the future.
  2. The harder you work, more luck you will have by your side.
  3. Wishing you the best for every step in your journey.
  4. Good Luck for great beginnings.
  5. Start where you are with what you have and do what you can do.

What can I write instead of best wishes?

What is another word for best wishes?

sincerely regards
kindest regards kind regards
respectfully yours faithfully
best regards sincerely yours
yours sincerely yours truly

How do you write best wishes?


  1. “Best of luck at your race tomorrow!
  2. “Good luck today!
  3. “Good luck and good wishes.”
  4. “All the luck in the world, all wished for you.”
  5. “Good luck, you!
  6. “Love and luck to you on your first day at work.
  7. “Sending good vibes to take with you to your treatment.”
  8. “I know how important this is for you.

How do you wish politely?

Formal greetings: “How do you do?”

  1. “Hello!”
  2. “Good morning.”
  3. “Good afternoon.”
  4. “Good evening.”
  5. “It’s nice to meet you.”
  6. “It’s a pleasure to meet you.” (These last two only work when you are meeting someone for the first time.)
  7. 7. “ Hi!” ( Probably the most commonly used greeting in English)
  8. 8. “ Morning!” (

What is the reply of wish you the same?

Next one is “appreciate that, thanks a ton”. I think it’s a very nice and polite way of saying same to same.

What do you reply to all the best?

Yes, you can say “you too,” but that’s usually if you’re good friends with the person, like a good friend or a best friend. A couple of other responses you can do are: “Thanks/thank you, you too.” This is a great thing to say to anyone, even if you don’t know them that well.

Is it rude to say same to you?

The same comment applies to you. (This can be a polite or a rude comment.)

What can I say instead of you too?

What is another word for you too?

same to you likewise
back at you ditto
same agreed
the same to you same here
me too seconded

Is it polite to say likewise?

“Likewise” is more formal. So if you mean polite in terms of etiquette, protocol or good old-fashioned dignity, go with likewise. I don’t say “Same to you!” because I’ve heard it used sarcastically too often.

What can I say instead of same here?

What is another word for same here?

me too likewise
ditto same
seconded that applies to me as well
that applies to me as too me as well
same to you agreed

What is meaning of same here?

informal. —used to say that one thinks, feels, or wants the same thing as someone else “I’m tired.” “Same here.””I’ll have a coffee.” “Same here, please.”

What’s another way to say same?

What is another word for same?

matching identical
indistinguishable interchangeable
corresponding equivalent
parallel like
comparable similar

What is another way to say me too?

But I blame Donald.”…What is another word for me too?

likewise ditto
same same here
seconded that applies to me as well
that applies to me as too me as well
same to you agreed

How do you say me too in a better way?

Besides “me too,” “so am I” is probably used most frequently. (Depends on the verb form though. If someone said “I write slowly,” you’d say “so do I.”)

How do you say me too formally?

“I too” and “Me too” are both correct. Formally, you would say “I too.” But the word “me” has a special property of being a general, universal sort of word.

What does ME2 mean?

Me Too

What mean means?

1 : a middle point or something (as a place, time, number, or rate) that falls at or near a middle point : moderation. 2 : arithmetic mean. 3 means plural : something that helps a person to get what he or she wants Use every means you can think of to find it.

Is so do I Formal?

SO DO I is more formal. It is used in writing, in more formal conversations, and in presentations. I love the book The Sun Also Rises.

How do you use I too in a sentence?

I have seen that movie too. I have seen that movie, too. I too, have seen that movie. When an adverb is in the middle of the sentence, you have to either put two commas around it, or you have to avoid commas altogether.

Where do we use so do I?

So do i

  1. He is worried about the changes. So am I. He is worried about the changes, and I am also worried.
  2. They arrived yesterday. So did we. We all arrived yesterday.
  3. Philip likes his job. So does Kevin. Philip and Kevin both like their jobs.
  4. She should sign up now. So should you. You should both sign up now.

Why do we use so do I?

SO DO I We use “so do I” when somebody tells you something (with an action verb in present tense), and the answer is true for you too. SO AM I If somebody tells you something with the verb TO BE, and if the answer is the same for you, we use “so am I.” For example: Your friend: I am hungry. You: So am I.

Is so that correct grammar?

A: Your two examples are grammatically correct. The adverb “so,” used to modify an adjective or adverb, can be followed by either “as” or “that.” These “so … as” and “so … that” constructions can be similar in meaning, though they aren’t identical.