Writing a Christmas Card in Chinese?

December 06, 2009, 09:17 PM posted in General Discussion

My Chinese friend wrote my birthday card to be in Chinese (which I was pretty chuffed about! haha ^.^) so as it's now our little 'private joke' to write cards and notes in Chinese, I was going to write her Christmas card in Chinese but I'm not quite sure how or what words/charaters to use :S I've looked at Christmas themed lessons from previous years in the archive for phrases but I could only find this, 圣诞快乐 (Merry Christmas) so what else could I write and how could I write it? In my birthday card, Yongfei had written for dear: 爱的 but with one other character in front of both. So idealy, I'd like to be able to write:

"Dear Yongfei

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I hope you get all you wish for!

Love Emma"

I can do the 'Merry Christmas' bit but I'm quite stuck with the other bits, especially 'I hope you get all you wish for!'

Could someone pretty please help me out? Thank you! ^.^ 




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December 07, 2009, 12:40 AM




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December 07, 2009, 07:21 AM

Ah, thank you! ^.^ That's really helpful :D I know her Chinese name as well so I'll be able to do that bit too! yaaaaay! thank you again! ^.^

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December 07, 2009, 07:33 AM

Unrelated to the thread subject, but I have to say it: Vera, those are some killer shades you're sporting.