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congratulations for or congratulations on?

1. Congratulations for a superb performance! 2. Congratulations on a superb performance! Which one is correct please?
6 years ago
Asked 6 years ago
Anushri

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Both are correct (at least in US English), but "on" is more commonly used.
Answered 6 years ago
bogus English teacher

congratulations on (doing) something
Answered 6 years ago
English Teacher

Congratulate someone/congratulations ON something. Congratulate someone/congratulations ON/FOR doing something.
Answered 6 years ago
bogus English teacher

You can use both, there's a very slight difference.
Answered 6 years ago
Luka Ivezic - Lukaznachi



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