Sometimes we need to wish and pray for someone or something. Optative Sentence helps us to do that. Now come to the definition of Optative Sentence.
A sentence that expresses a wish or prayer for someone or something is called an Optative Sentence. Let us see some examples:
- May the poor boy become established.
- May Almighty cure us from unknown diseases.
- Wish you good luck.
- May I support my family.
- Wish him all the very best.
Note: An Optative Sentence starts with ‘may’ or ‘wish’
Structure: May/wish+ Subject+ Verb+ Object
20 Examples of Optative Sentences
Let us see 20 examples of Optative Sentences:
- May you live long
- May he buy a car.
- May we lead a happy life.
- May she stay here.
- Wish him a brilliant result.
- Wish you a successful business.
- May he did not come here.
- May your sister accept my request.
- May you pass the examination.
- Wish you a happy conjugal life.
- May you not be there.
- May he get a good job.
- May Mr. Kamal achieve his goal.
- May they find their best friends.
- May we live together for a long time.
- Wish you the best life partner.
- May he get good revenue from his business.
- May she cook delicious food.
- May you admit into the university.
- May we study properly for a better future.
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