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    query

    which one is grammatically correct:

    Best of luck for your studies

    or Best of luck with your studies.

    Kindly clarify.

    Thanks

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    Best of luck with your studies


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    Re: query

    Thanks for the answer.

    So if " best of luck with your studies" is right than is " Best of luck with your exams " also right? or should it be " best of luck for your exams" ?

    Kindly explain the grammatical logic behind it if possible.

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