56 – Celebrate vs Congratulate – Confusing English Words Lesson

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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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  1. 1. Michael’s mom is having her 85th birthday. 5 years ago, they celebrated her 80th birthday with a big fancy surprise party. Besides, on that very day, they had a blizzard with 2 feet of snow.

  2. Hi Michael,

    Here is my answer.
    Michel’s mom is having a birthday this year. Five years ago, she was celebrated her eightieth birthday with a big surprise party. About fifty people were invited and an excellent catering company was hired. But a blizzard with over two feet of snow came in the morning of the party and only three guests made it to the party.

    Please say Happy Birthday to your mom! (in this winter)

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