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Can I say,

(a) He was happy because his friend wished him.

(b) He was happy because his friend wished him "Happy birthday".

(c) His friends gave him a / the (best) wish.

(d) His friends gave the wish for him.

(e) John's friends wished him have a happy day.
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Hi,

Here's the basic syntax.

You wish somebody something.

You wish something to somebody.

The former is more common, I think.

Clive
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Hi,
Vincent, does this his friend wished him follow the syntax of You wish somebody something ?

I've corrected many, many of your sentences for you. You need to try to think about this yourself.

Clive