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  1. Anonymous
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    Which of the following is correct?

    I am an indian and want to know two things. Which out of the following two sentences are grammatically correct and if both are correct then what is most appropriate and why?

    1) May God make all your dreams come true
    2) May God make your dreams true.

    Regards,

    Neerad

  2. gwendolinest
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    They are both grammatically correct. Context will determine which is more appropriate.

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    Re: Which of the following is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Neerad
    I am an indian and want to know two things. Which out of the following two sentences are grammatically correct and if both are correct then what is most appropriate and why?

    1) May God make all your dreams come true
    2) May God make your dreams true.

    Regards,

    Neerad
    I agree with Gwen. If there had been a prior discussion about specific dreams, then 2 might be more appropriate. Either phrase could be used as a general good wish.

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