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All the best – всего наилучшего

All the best in Russian language

 

 

 

Всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va]

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всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOOCH-she-va] = all the best
всё [VSYO] = all/everything – defining pronoun, Neuter, Singular, Nominative Case
всего [vse-VO] = all/everything – defining pronoun, Neuter, Singular, Genitive Case
наилучшее [na-i-LOO-tshe-ye] = the best – adjective, Neuter, Singular, Nominative Case
наилучшего [na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = the best – adjective, Neuter, Singular, Genitive Case

желаю вам всего наилучшего [zhe-LA-yu vam vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = I wish you all the best (formal)
желаю [zhe-LA-yu] = (I) wish – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective
вам [vam] = to you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural, Dative Case
всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = all the best

желаю тебе всего наилучшего [zhe-LA-yu te-BYE vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = I wish you all the best (informal)
желаю [zhe-LA-yu] = (I) wish – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective
тебе [te-BYE] = to you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular, Dative Case
всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = all the best

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Всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va]

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About the word

всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOOCH-she-va] = all the best
всё [VSYO] = all/everything – defining pronoun, Neuter, Singular, Nominative Case
всего [vse-VO] = all/everything – defining pronoun, Neuter, Singular, Genitive Case
наилучшее [na-i-LOO-tshe-ye] = the best – adjective, Neuter, Singular, Nominative Case
наилучшего [na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = the best – adjective, Neuter, Singular, Genitive Case

желаю вам всего наилучшего [zhe-LA-yu vam vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = I wish you all the best (formal)
желаю [zhe-LA-yu] = (I) wish – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective
вам [vam] = to you (formal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person plural, Dative Case
всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = all the best

желаю тебе всего наилучшего [zhe-LA-yu te-BYE vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = I wish you all the best (informal)
желаю [zhe-LA-yu] = (I) wish – verb, 1st person Singular, Present, Imperfective
тебе [te-BYE] = to you (informal) – personal pronoun, 2nd person singular, Dative Case
всего наилучшего [vse-VO na-i-LOO-tshe-va] = all the best

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