Birthday Card Phrases

Is it difficult for you to sign a card in English? One of our readers asked us to post some phrases she could use in the future. Great idea for the post! Today we will focus on Birthday cards.

Wishing you a year filled with love and joy.
Happy Birthday, NAME!

May all your hopes and dreams come true
and your future be filled with happiness.
Happy Birthday, NAME!

Best Wishes on Your Birthday!

Have A GREAT Birthday!

May All Your Wishes Come True.
Happy Birthday!

Wishing you every happiness this special day brings.
Have a wonderful birthday!

In this busy world we often take those closest to us for granted,
and we don’t stop to tell them what’s in our hearts…
But today seems like the perfect time to tell you how special you are
and how much you mean.
Happy Birthday!

May today be filled with all the thing you’re wishing for.
Happy Birthday!

Hope your Birthday is something special,
just like you!
Have a Great Day!

Have a sunny and happy,
bright and beautiful
magical kind of day!
Happy Birthday!

Just want to tell you that you’re special,
and to wish you all the joys of a wonderful birthday!
Happy Birthday!

Birthday Cards Verses For Someone Special

Happy Birthday NAME,
I’d just like to say that (son, daughter, teacher) like you are hard to find!
Have a very Happy Birthday!
Love You.

Happy Birthday to You, NAME!
I’m so happy to have a son/daughter/teacher like you.

You are…
wonderful,
kind,
friendly,
caring,
cuddly,
helpful,
considerate
and much more.
I’m proud to have a son/daughter like you.
Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to the world’s most special daughter/ son/teacher!

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Welcome

Happy 2010!

Happy New Year! Welcome back to class! We hope everyone had an enjoyable holiday and is ready and “raring” to start classes again!
Some sites will begin their classes this week; others are beginning next week or the week after. Please check your site’s blog for the exact dates. The links to all the blogs are on the right side of this screen.

We at the EL/Civics project hope this year will be a happy, healthy and successful one for you all!

Some new words for the day: “raring to go” – to be ready and excited to begin doing something
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/raring

“carpe diem” – Seize the day! (i.e., make good use of and enjoy the day!)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpe_diem