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Context:

  1. Good luck "in" your future endeavors.

  2. Good luck "for" your future endeavors.

So which is right grammatically?

They are both on the internet. I am confused!!!!

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    This isn't really to do with "grammar" in the sense of "correct" adherence to defined "rules". It's just a matter of established idiomatic preference. We often use in or with in the exact cited context, but for is at the very least "credible" - it's just much less likely. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Nov 3 '16 at 16:00
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Grammatically, they are both correct. However, the first form (using "in"):

  1. Good luck in your future endeavors.

is more prevalent.

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