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I wish happy valentines days for you not day for you susan and I wish everything in ur life is beautiful and happy
i need heilp in its grammer
I wish you a happy Valentine's Day (not day for you, Susan), and I wish everything in your life would be beautiful and happy.
I need help with grammar.
i heilp with in its grammer
I didn't understand what you were trying to say in the phrase about Susan, but in reading the entire sentence, I contextually assume you meant this:
"Susan, I wish you a happy Valentine's Day, Susan; not only today, every day (or many happy Valentine's days), and I wish everything in your life would be beautiful and happy."
1) ALL sentences in English MUST begin with a captial letter. There are NO exceptions to this rule.
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