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I hope u will be happy

Many happy returns(for birthday and in response to Happy New Year, means i wish this happy day would recur many more times.)

May u live long! (for birthday)


The best of luck for the future/the New Year!

Peace on earth

Warm wishes

A world of good wishes

Ramadan mubarak!" ("blessed ramadan!")

"Ramadan Kareem!"
("Noble (or Generous) Ramadan!")

This Ramadan, I pray for your wellness and sending loads of prayers your way. Happy Ramadan.

Wish all of u a very Happy Ramadan

Wishing you a happy and prosperous Novruz

Wishing you the gifts of the season — peace, joy, hope

Peace on earth
good will to all

Let music fill the air;
Let joy be everywhere!

Wishing you a happy holiday season!

Have yourself a very merry christmas.

Wishing you all the joy,
hope and wonder of christmas

May you have a very
merry christmas

Tidings of joy

Best wishes for the holiday season


Top 10 Most Common Phrases to Say "Sorry" in English


This is a general short apology. We use this when we bump into people on the street. At other times, it sounds too weak.

I'm (so / very / terribly) sorry.

In this phrase, we use 'so', 'very' and 'terribly' to make the meaning stronger. 'Terribly' is the strongest. If we use one of the words in brackets, it is stressed.

Ever so sorry.

This one is quite formal but it's a stronger apology than just 'sorry'.

How stupid / careless / thoughtless of me.

We use this phrase to criticize ourselves and the mistake that we have just made.

Pardon (me)

That's my fault.

Sorry. It was all my fault.

We use these phrases to take all the responsibility for what happened. The last one is a little stronger.

Please excuse my (ignorance)

We use this one to apologize for our lack of knowledge or ability. We can replace the word in brackets with other nouns, e.g. carelessness, forgetfulness.

Please don't be mad at me.

This phrase is asking the other person not to get angry. The tone is quite informal.

Please accept our (sincerest) apologies.

This final one is often used in formal letters. The word 'sincerest' makes the apology very strong and very formal.

source: http://www.englishpassio.com