1. I’d like to wish you every success with your job.
2. Good luck with your job interview.
3. I hope everything goes well with your son’s wedding.
4. I wish you a pleasant journey.
5. I hope you have a good time.
6. I’d like to wish you a very happy birthday.
8. Would you give your parents my best wishes?
9. Please convey my kindest regards to your sister.
10. I must congratulate you on your promotion.
W: You’re going to set up your own law office, aren’t you?
M: Yes. After so many years of hard work, I’d rather I had an office of my own.
W: If you need help, don’t hesitate to ask me.
M: I’ll be very glad if you would help.
W: I’d like to wish you every success in your new venture.
M: Thank you. I wish I would.
W: Good luck to you.
M: It’s time for me to go now.
W: Would you like me to go with you?
M: I’d rather you stayed in the office and did these things.
W: Do you want to type that letter?
M: I’d rather you typed it.
W: Do you want to tell her?
M: I’d rather you told her.
W: You should clean your clothes. They’re too dirty.
M: I wish I had time to clean them. I have too much work to do.
W: It’s fine today and I’ve got time. Shall I do it for you?
M: Oh, I wish you would.
M: You know John?
W: Which John? Mr.Turnbow’s son?
M: Yes. I’ve read news about him in today’s paper.
W: And he’s bright and intelligent. I’m sure he can pass the university entrance exam.
M: I wish he could too.
W: How’s your boy, Jack?
M: He’s a bit tired, you know. It often takes him a couple of hours to brush up.
W: Poor boys! They work harder at school nowadays, don’t they?
M: Good luck to them.
W: Your house is very old. Does it need redecorating?
M: Yes, it really needs redecorating.
W: Shall I help you with it?
M: I don’t suppose you could.
W: I have much time. I suppose it can be done.
M: I’ll be glad if you would.
W: Happy birthday, John. Many happy returns of the day!
M: Thank you, Alice. Come in to the dining-room. I’m going to cut the cake soon. Have some please.
W: Well, making good wishes.
M: Ok. I’m pretty happy and I can go abroad.
W: Sure. We hope your wish will come true.
I wish I could come with you on the trip to New York. It sounds very exciting. But I really feel I must say no. In the first place, I’m not sure I have enough money. I spent so much last year. I really hope I’ll find a part-time job. As well as that, I don’t really have a suitable set of clothes. Then if I passed the examination, I would like to prepare for university in September. Lastly, there’s mother’s health. If she gets better, I think I can leave home.