Give examples of the Optative Sentence.

By Ritesh|Updated : November 6th, 2022

Examples of opative sentences are ‘Best wishes!’, ‘Good luck!’, ‘Wish you a wonderful day.’ etc. Optative sentences express strong wishes, prayers, curses, etc. These sentences usually start with "may" and "wish". You may also find these sentences beginning with "let".

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

  1. May you be a doctor
  2. May you live a long life
  3. Best wishes!
  4. May God bless you
  5. Wish you a very happy journey
  6. Wish you a very happy birthday
  7. Wish you a very happy married life
  8. May the team India win this World Cup
  9. Wish you all the best for your examination
  10. Good luck!
  11. May the Almighty help us all in this pandemic
  12. May God bless you with a daughter
  13. Happy Journey!
  14. May you be blessed with a good job.
  15. Wish you a wonderful day.
  16. May God have mercy on you!
  17. May your mother recover.
  18. May God’s will be done!
  19. Happy anniversary!
  20. Let the celebrations begin!

Summary:

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.

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