I think : we should use "ON" I want to congratulate you on...
By all means congratulate him.
i always congratulate my friend when she passes her maths test The coaches met at midfield to congratulate each other. I would like to congratulate you for writing this very excellent question. You want me to congratulate WHO? Yes ma'am, I am looking for a nice greeting card here because I want to congratulate my cousin on his splendiferous addition to the family tree.
You can't congratulate them specifically for their birthday, but on their page there is a box with a link you can click to congratulate them. If you want to make it clear that you congratulated them because it was their birthday, PM them and say something like, "Congrats of your birthday!"
Way to go
You can congratulate anyone even if there are not your friend. You just go to their page and click congratulate.
Congratulated is the past tense of congratulate.
Yes, congratulate is a verb because it is something you can do.
Gratulacje. However, if you want to congratulate someone, it would be better to say 'moje gratulacje', meaning simply 'my congratulations'. Anoter form commonly used for expressing congrats is 'gratuluję'. It means [I] congratulate [you].
I would like to congratulate you on your exemplary example sentence.
Congratulations is a noun.
The noun forms of the verb to congratulate are congratulation and the gerund, congratulating.
I want to congratulate a business associate on the birth of his new grandson and I am just wondering how to say it?