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God bless you, -----?

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What's the tag question, if any?
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It's a blessing, a wish. Not a statement. What do you want to ask? «God bless you, doesn't He?»
Ant_222It's a blessing, a wish. Not a statement. What do you want to ask? «God bless you, doesn't He?»
Hi, thanks

I asked it just to satisfy my curiousity.
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God bless you!
Thank you.

In reference to the wish and blessing, why cannot it be "God blesses you."? I know we are being blessed by God.
Hello Believer

"God blesses you" (which uses the indicative) would be a statement, and is perfectly grammatical; but "God bless you" (which uses the subjunctive) is a wish.

MrP
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God bless you is probably short for "May God bless you." It is an invocation or an entreaty to God that He bless you. To say, "God blesses you" in many religions, would be seen as presumptuous, since we should not presume to know God's mind. Of course, this is a theological question and beyond the scope of this forum.
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What is the tag question of God bless you?
There is no tag question for God bless you, which is a wish, not a statement.
If it were God blesses you, (which is a statement) you could add the tag question doesn't He? to it.
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