Is It Correct to Say God Bless You Both?

FAQs Jackson Bowman August 22, 2022

Yes, it’s grammatically correct. Incidentally, “bless” is a subjunctive, a tense that is rarely used in English. It is short for “(I/we sincerely hope that) God bless you both”. Don’t be surprised, the present subjunctive uses the infinitive form for each person.

What is the meaning of God bless you both?

said when saying goodbye to someone to say that you hope good things will happen to them : Good night everyone and may God bless you. said when someone sneezes to say you hope they are well: “Achu!” “God bless you.”

How do you say God bless you both in different ways?

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