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Related: Preposition - 'Good luck' with indirect and direct objects

I'm a native english speaker, but I cannot for the life of me figure out the rules in this sentence structure. The question is about the expression "good luck". I know we have the following:

  • Good luck on your exams
  • Good luck with getting a job
  • Good luck getting a job
  • Good luck getting a date to the party
  • Good luck with getting a date to the party

But I'm not sure how we decide the preposition to use. In my opinion these sentences are all correct and sound good, but I don't understand how they were made.

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  • I would say 'Good luck with your exams'. Dec 12 '21 at 9:26

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