Is Congratulations a Plural Noun?

"Congratulations" is a plural noun. Some nouns, like "congratulations", are commonly used in the plural.

"Congratulations" is a plural noun. Some nouns, like "congratulations", are more commonly used in the plural.

Congratulations on your 20th wedding anniversary.

When expressing an emotion, we always use the plural form.

That's great news. Congratulations!

That's great news. Congratulation!

What's the difference between congratulations and congratulation? "Congratulation" refers to a particular act of congratulating someone, but we don't use it to express our feelings or emotions.

It was a note of congratulation to my boss.

Note that the correct spelling is "congratulations"not "congradulations".

Congratulations on your promotion!

Congradulations on your promotion!

When choosing between the prepositions "on" and "for" after "congratulations", we generally use "on". However, "for" can be used in some situations.

Congratulations on your graduation!

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