congradulations vs congratulations : Common Errors in English

About congradulations vs congratulations

I fear that all too many people are being “congradulated” for graduating from high school who don’t know that this word should be spelled “congratulations.” Try a search for this misspelling on your favorite Web search engine and be prepared to be astonished.

congratulations Meaning(s)

  • (n) an expression of approval and commendation

congratulations in News

  1. #MLSAllStar Retweet and Follow Contest Winner

    Congratulations to Louis (@LuigiFbaby) and Thomas (@tfhall1992) for winning our #MLSAllStar Retweet and Follow Twitter contest, in which Major League Soccer and MLS All-Star opponent, AS Roma, teamed up to give our winners an autographed soccer ball.
    on June 12, 2013 Source: MLS via Yahoo! Sports

  2. Congratulations to OU Sooners softball champs

    Congratulations to the University of Oklahoma Sooners softball team and their coach, Patty Gasso, for winning the 2013 national championship. The Sooners defeated Tennessee, 4-0, last week at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City to win the Women's College World Series.
    on June 10, 2013 Source: Tulsa World

  3. Congratulations, high school graduates

    Congratulations to the thousands of teens from all across York, Chester and Lancaster counties who during the last few weeks made the traditional walk to accept high school diplomas.
    on June 10, 2013 Source: The Rock Hill Herald

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