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    Proper use of "Wish for"?

    Hey there would you say that this sentence is proper English?:

    "Is there anything special that he wishes for?"

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    Re: Proper use of "Wish for"?

    Yes.

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    Re: Proper use of "Wish for"?

    Ok, nice! Thanks a lot for the help :)

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    Re: Proper use of "Wish for"?

    You're welcome, lo2, but a simple click on the Like button would have been just as acceptable.

    Rover

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