Stop Saying Congratulations

Today we will learn to say ‘Congratulations’ in a slightly different way instead of saying ‘Congratulations’ again and again. So that we feel much better to listen our English.

You always use these types of sentences.
Congratulations on your new job.
Congratulations on your success.
Congratulations on your promotion.
Congratulations on your anniversary.
Congratulations on your big victory.

Stop Saying Congratulations

Congratulations is ‘Plural noun word’ and ‘Congratulate’ is Verb. For example-
▶ I suppose I should congratulate you.
▶ I congratulate you on a job well done.
▶ I never got a chance to congratulate you.
▶ I congratulated him on his success.

Different Ways to Say Congratulations

▶ Fantastic.

▶ Felicitation

▶ Good for you!

▶ Good going!

▶ Good job!

▶ Good show!

▶ Greetings

▶ Hats off!

▶ You rock!

▶ You’re a genius!

▶ I’m impressed.

▶ Nice going.

▶ Outstanding!

▶ Respects

▶ Sensational!

▶ That’s clever!

▶ That’s good.

▶ That’s great.

▶ That’s the way!

▶ Tremendous.

▶ Way to go.

▶ Well done!

▶ You’re the best.

▶ You’ve got it.

▶ You did it!

▶ What a good try.

▶ That’s the best ever.

▶ That’s first class work.

▶ You did it that time!

▶ That is better than ever.

▶ You did that very well.

▶ You make it look easy.

▶ You really deserved it.

▶ Keep up the good work.

▶ I knew you could do it.

▶ Nothing can stop you now.

▶ You’re doing a good job.

▶ You are very good at that.

▶ You’re really going to town.

▶ You’re on the right track now.

▶ Keep working, you’re getting better.

▶ That’s the best you’ve ever done.

▶ I’m happy to see you working like that.

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