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    Have you a wish to be granted?

    Hi,

    Could you please tell me whether the sentence below is correct or not?


    Have you a wish to be granted?




    Many thanks.

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    Re: Have you a wish to be granted?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ferdie11 View Post
    Hi,

    Could you please tell me whether the sentence below is correct or not?


    Have you a wish to be granted?

    It means...
    Do you have a wish that you want whoever it is that can grant you the wish to do it?
    Many thanks.
    The sentence is most suggestive of a fairy tale, but it could occur in real life.

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