Using Opative Sentences
Opative sentences usually begin with verbs such as ”wish'', “may'', “have'' and “let''. It's also a phrase to wish someone on a special occasion, like 'Happy Birthday. For choice phrase punctuation, it usually starts with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation point. However, in rare cases, it may end with a period.
Following are some examples of optative sentences
- May you be a doctor
- May you live a long life
- Best wishes!
- May God bless you
- Wish you a very happy journey
- Wish you a very happy birthday
- Wish you a very happy married life
- May the team India win this World Cup
- Wish you all the best for your examination
- Good luck!
- May the Almighty help us all in this pandemic
- May God bless you with a daughter
- Happy Journey!
- May you be blessed with a good job.
- Wish you a wonderful day.
- May God have mercy on you!
- May your mother recover.
- May God’s will be done!
- Happy anniversary!
- Let the celebrations begin!
Give examples of the Optative Sentence.
Examples of optative sentences are ‘May God bless you with a daughter, ‘May you be a doctor, ‘May you live a long life, ‘Good luck!’, ‘Wish you a very happy birthday, ‘May God have mercy on you!’ etc.