How would you punctuate this sentence to make it a complete sentence?

Class of 2009 best of luck in whatever you do and wherever you go

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Class of 2009: best of luck in whatever you do and wherever you go!

  • 1 decade ago

    Class of 2009, best of luck in whatever you do and wherever you go.

  • 1 decade ago

    I'm not sure why you want a clarion call to be grammatical; but if you want to spruce it up that way, I have two suggestions. "Class of 2009! Best of luck in whatever you do and whatever you go!" (This is a "Friends! Romans! Countrymen!) type of wording)The other is "To the Class of 2009, best of luck in whatever you do and wherever you go!

    Nice sentiment either way, and I share it.

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