congratulations on or congratulations for?

Post Malone – Congratulations ft. Quavo

Is it correct to say “congratulations for” or “congratulations on”? Actually, both can be correct! Congratulation is the single form of the word, and it means the action of congratulating. In the plural, congratulations is what you say to express pleasure in someone else’s success.

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