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    Smile favorable winds

    Are the following sentences acceptable?

    (1) Just Shakespeare once said, "Parting is such sweet sorrow," we will cherish the pleasant memories forever.

    (2) May you have favorable winds in your sails.

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    Re: favorable winds

    (1) Shakespeare once said, "Parting is such sweet sorrow," and we will cherish the pleasant memories forever.

    (2) May you have favorable winds in your sails.

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