Is it correct to say "I wish you nothing but the best"?
I heard this phrase but I'm not sure if it's correct. Can I use it in the meaning of wishing someone all kind?
19 answers from our tutors
Yes you can use it to show the listener that you have no bad wishes for them. I wish you nothing but the best. (I wish you only the best) In a different set up where maybe you are angry with a person and you want to hut their feelings you can say: I wish you anything but the best. (I wish whatever happens to you is not the best/ I wish bad things happen to you)
This is correct
Affirmative correct the students will respect you
Yes that's correct.
Absolutely, it is a very kind phase to wish someone well.
Yes Priu. The warmth in it is enough to keep a person cheerful most especially in your absence.
That is correct and very kind :)
It is not very nice to lie to your ex :D
Yes, that is a beautiful phrase for that use. And you have used it correctly
Yes of course you can
I wish you nothing but the best is the correct one...