Is It 'Congratulations' or 'Congradulations'?

It's congratulations. "Congradulations" is incorrect.

It's "congratulations". "Congradulations" is incorrect.

Congratulations on your great performance.

Congradulations on your great performance.

"Congratulations" is a frequently misspelled word. Some people spell it with a "d" instead of a "t".

Congratulations on your recent promotion!

Congradulations on your recent promotion!

Follow the same spelling rule with the singular form, "congratulation".

We sent her a letter of congratulation.

We also congratulate someone or offer congratulations to someone (not "congradulate someone")

Congratulations "on" or "for"? While the preposition "on" is much more common, you can use "for" in some situations.

Congratulations on the arrival of your baby boy.

Congratulations for being elected.

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