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    i hope for you to...

    I hope for you to be the very best of all that you can be.
    I hope for you to have all the best things in life.

    are the sentences above grammatically correct? i'm wondering because i can't find sentences starting with a phrase 'i hope for you to...'.
    thanks for your help!

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    Re: i hope for you to...

    Quote Originally Posted by avid_learner View Post
    I hope for you to be the very best of all that you can be.
    I hope for you to have all the best things in life.

    Are the sentences above grammatically correct? I'm wondering because I can't find sentences starting with the phrase 'I hope for you to...'.
    Thanks for your help!
    They are grammatically correct but they are not natural.

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