My friend had a few presentations and I would like to say him:
I wish you did well [with] your presentations.
Should I use with or maybe 'of' in the sentence?
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If he hasn't given the presentations yet, you could say one of these:
I wish you well with your presentations.
I hope you do well on your presentations.
I think either with or on could work in this context. However, it might be better not to use a preposition at all:
I hope your presentations go well.
If he has already given the presentations, you would say:
I hope your presentations went well.
You might also use with or on, but you could even use during:
I hope everything went well during your presentations.
Notice how I used hope instead of wish for most of these examples. For the most part, hope is the better word to use, unless you are using the idiom wish (someone) well.