Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Congratulate"

Example sentences using "Congratulate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with congratulate.
A: “I will congratulate the person.”

“Congratulations!” is a more common phrase to someone who has accomplished something. For example, when someone graduates college, we say “Congratulations!”
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Synonyms of "Congratulate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between congratulate and celebrate ?
A: Congratulate + (someone); used to point out effort made for an achievement
Celebrate + (something); used to point out a special event or occasion

Tom just got a promotion.
- Congratulations, Tom, on your promotion!
- We're going out to celebrate his promotion.

Mira tells everyone she just got engaged.
- Everyone congratulated Mira on her engagement.
- We went for drinks to celebrate her engagement.
Q: What is the difference between congratulate and gratulate ?
A: The meaning is the same, but "gratulate" is an archaic (obsolete, very old) form that would never be used in current writing.

Translations of "Congratulate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? congratulate
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Other questions about "Congratulate"

Q: congratulate does this sound natural?
A: On it's own: "Congratulations!"

Congratulate can be a verb.
Eg: "I congratulated Steve after his excellent performance."
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Q: i congratulate on you being promoted to chef does this sound natural?
A: A formal sense yes but as informal, no. instead say "congratulations on becoming a chef".
Q: my congratulate for your graduation my little brother does this sound natural?
A: "My congratulations for graduating, little brother."

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