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    What I desire for you is/ is for you

    Please, which one is correct?

    -What I desire for you is to realize your dreams.
    -What I desire is for you to realize your dreams.
    -What I desire is to realize your dreams.

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    Re: What I desire for you is/ is for you

    The second sentence is correct in my opinion.


    (Not a teacher)

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    Re: What I desire for you is/ is for you

    You can also say: 'My desire (or utmost desire) is that you realize your dreams'

    (Hopefully a teacher can guide you better!)

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