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    mr.zuna

    how to write e birthday wish to your female professor?

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    Re: mr.zuna

    Welcome to the forum, miri.

    Please note my amendments to your post:

    Quote Originally Posted by miri100 View Post
    How can I to write a birthday wish to my female professor?
    Whether your professor is male or female, you could write 'I hope you have a lovely birthday'.

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    Please note that a better title would have been A birthday wish.

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    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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    Re: mr.zuna

    In AmE, "a happy birthday" would be more common.

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    Re: mr.zuna

    Or Many Happy Returns, in BrE at least.

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    Re: mr.zuna

    I'm interested to understand why, if you were planning to write to a female professor, your title was "Mr Zuna". Initially, I assumed you were asking whether you should refer to your professor in a formal way when wishing them happy birthday, but you would never address your female professor as "Mr" so it's confusing.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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