Celebrate & congratulate can be confusing to use…until today! I’m going to show the difference between these to English verbs and how you can use them in your English conversation.
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Here are the example sentences:
- This weekend we will celebrate my sister’s graduation.
- When will you celebrate your birthday?
- I heard Jane and Chris are getting married next year. Let’s celebrate their engagement by taking them out to dinner.
- I congratulated my sister when she bought a new house.
- I called Jane and Chris to congratulate them on their engagement.
- Congratulations Jack! I heard you got a promotion!
Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
- We went over the following phrasal verbs: call up, call back, call around, call on, call for, call off, and call out. The bonus phrase was shop around.
Today’s listening challenge:
- Who is having a birthday this year? What happened five years ago?
Please feel free to write your answers in the comment box below.
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