What is the difference between wish and wishes?
a wish is a baby... whereas wishes are triplets.
i think wish means thinking good praying .. But greeting means welcoming .
It makes no difference. Wishes do not come true.
wish or wishes I wish for a long life She wishes for money
The difference between a wish and a goal is that a goal is something you try to accomplish over the years when a wish is something you would like to happen.
The family wish you or the family wishes you
Wishes are things you want and desires are things you want more than ever.
Not much difference actually. Hope is defined a 'wish' for something where Wish is defined as being "hopeful" for something.
there is a wheel of wishes occasionally on the wheel of wishes. you spin the wheel and sometimes you are lucky enough to get a wish token. if you have a wish token, go to the wish factory and deposit it into the wish machine. once you have 10 wish tokens in the wish machine you get a exclusive item.
According to Genie in the Disney Movie Aladdin, you cannot wish for more wishes. Therefore, wishing for unlimited wishes would be out
The word wish is both a noun (wish, wishes) and a verb (wish, wishes, wishing, wished); for example: Noun: Make a wish and blow out the candles. Verb: I wish I had a new bike for my birthday.
The plural form for the noun wish is wishes; the plural possessive form is wishes'.
It should be --- You will get three wishes, not one wish more.
A benediction is good wishes and a malediction is a curse.
A wish is a desire or longing, and a purpose is the reason why you want it.
Wishes is the plural. The singular form is wish.
The plural of wish is wishes.
The plural of wish is wishes.
I wish for an infinite amount of wishes!
They grant wishes that are not selfish. For example; I wish my mum would get better, Your mum may get better. But if you wish for something like: I wish I was rich! They would not grant it.
no wish i could
If only expresses regret, while I wish expresses hope
The plural form for the noun wish is wishes. The plural possessive form is wishes'. Example: All of my wishes' fulfillment is the result of hard work.
It would depend on the wishes of the deceased. If a will has been made then he or she can dispose of their estate as they wish.
first: i would wish for riches second:being immortal third:three more wishes
You type a wish in real wishes and tomorrow say that you have to register the wishes in favourites but you hav it ther does your wish come true or you have to make again?
i wish i had lots and lots of snacks and money
The plural form of wish is wishes. The plural possessive form of wish is wishes'. This doesn't come up that often but I can construct an example sentence. When we are helping the children, they can wish for what they want, but their wishes' conditions are that the cost must be within $10,000 per child, and that they do not require anything that is illegal or scandalous.
I/you/we/they wish. He/she/it wishes. The present participle is wishing.
A wish rock is a Irish "luck charm" that you make wishes too. It will bring you good luck , and maybe, your wishes will come true! :)
First, you brainstorm as many things as you can about wishes - what do you think about when you think of wishes? What sort of wish would you like to have? What might go wrong with a wish? Then, just pretend you're talking to your friends and tell them the story of your wish.
I'd say a wish is a want of your desire where as a miracle is a unbelievable random surprise.
Yes, ex. " She wishes I love her " Yes, "to wish" is a verb.
No, You would be lucky, but not make wishes...
It depends on how you see the family: The family wishes to.................... the family as a single group The family wish to ....................... the family as several members
"wish" translates as "Wunsch". "wishes" translates as "Wünsche".
She wishes for a A on the project Hope this helped!!
That is the correct spelling of "wishes" (plural of wish, form of to wish - to hope or desire). The similar word is witches, female practitioners of magic or natural religions.
maybe, it depends what you wish for :P
There is no standard collective noun for wishes, in which case a noun that suits the situation is used, for example: a basket of wishes a bucket of wishes a bouquet of wishes
find a Jeanie get 3 wishes last wish ask for more
The "wish giver" is a man who gives some children wishes that are supposed to make their deepest dreams come true, but the wishes are not worded right.
I wish I knew
A "goal" is something you wish to attain. A "gaol" is a jail, something I hope you don't wish to attain.
a wish is something you want to happen but a belief is something you believe in or something you know is going to happen.
wish=something you hope for right=something you are entitled to. It is your right to have life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But you might wish for a big house and such.
Colonel Custer is surrounded by Indians and he finds a Genie who grants him one wish but whatever he wishes for the Indians get two of what does he wish for?
A broken leg? Old riddle. He wishes for a glass eye.
" Janmadina aashamsakal "
They come from the people that wish for them.
No. This is a standard codicil in the Genie Code whereby one is granted three wishes. If someone asks for more wishes, they will not be granted.