"Happy birthday to a very special person who has always brightened up my day every time I see you." Does this make sense?
or should I replace "you" with "her"?
- 1 year agoFavorite Answer
Grammatically speaking you shouldn't switch the subject from "person" to "you" in the same sentence. Also you should keep it present tense because it still happens (remove the "has" and "ed"). This could be reworded as
"Happy birthday to a very special person who brightens up my day every time I see them!"
or you could make it two sentences and say
"Happy birthday to a very special person! You are always able to brighten up my day, so I hope I can return the favor on your special day!!"
Either way this is a really nice message to send someone!!
- pit bulls biteLv 71 year ago
not saying it to me
- 1 year ago
I think it makes sense grammatically, possibly, but maybe it requires a comma, etc...
However, a re-wording would be better. I think this would be more formal...
To a very special person, who has always brightened up my day every time that I have seen them.
Just don't forget to change the name to your own!
I hope that helps!
- Ross JamesLv 71 year ago
Makes sense to me. What's the problem?