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HyunWook Park
How to say good luck? When I say good luck I usually get confused. Is it correct to say "good luck to your exam" and "good luck with your exam"? If you can give me some examples I would be glad :) Thanks a lot in advance! Cheers, Hyunwook
Jun 9, 2015 2:18 PM
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You can say 'Good luck for your exam' or 'Good luck with your exam'. 'To' is followed by the person. For example, you might say 'Good luck to all of you.'
June 9, 2015
HyunWook Park
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