Is it correct to say happy anniversary to congratulate someone on her birthday?
No, you say Happy Birthday to someone to congratulate them on their birthday. You say Happy Anniversary to a couple who are celebrating their anniversary together.
It's certainly not incorrect and many people do say it.
"Gelukkige trouwdag" means "Happy wedding anniversary" in Dutch. However in the Netherlands and Belgium we do not translate "Happy wedding anniversary" litteraly if we want to congratulate someone. A more correct phrase is "Gefeliciteerd met jullie trouwdag", meaning "Congratulations with your wedding anniversary".
Go to General Breeders rank and there should be a tab that says Birthdays, click on someone and then congratulate them.
you have to congratulate someone on there birthday :)
Howrse has a page for people's birthdays. Click on one of them and then you click congratulate.
I think you can use both of them depends on what's the reason why you congratulate someone.
Your birthday is an type of anniversary. An anniversary is a special day that comes round each year, such as the day of your wedding or the day someone died, your birthday is just one of these anniversaries. It is up to you to decide which anniversaries you want to celebrate.
birthday is a celebration of birth. wishing someone a happy birthday, is to say have a happy "anniversary" of you being born.
You cannot wish someone a happy birthday unless you send them a PM. But, you can go to the directories and there is a button at the bottom that you can click that says, "See todays birthdays." You can congratulate those people.
When someone is 100 years old you congratulate this person: happy birthday! To wish this person "many happy returns" is not very tactful or even required.
The verb of congratulations is congratulate. As in "to congratulate someone for something".
thank you i appriciate best wishes
Thanks for the greetings
The 'diamond' is known as the 60th anniversary, so you could extrapolate that into a birthday of someone who is turning 60 years of age.
You should say "thank you" when someone wishes you Happy Birthday.
When addressing 50th anniversary invitations is it all right to address to Mr and Mrs John Doe and Family?
The focus of an anniversary celebration is on the couple, and the invitation should highlight this as well. An anniversary is a commemoration of a wedding day, just like a birthday is a commemoration of the day when someone was born. Just as birthday invitations address only the person who is having the birthday, anniversary invitations should address only the couple.
Wedding, Birthday, Anniversary, Christmas, Graduation
2014 - 58 if they have already had their birthday anniversary this year. A year earlier otherwise.
"Auguri" can be used to congratulate someone on their birthday as an alternative to the more literal "buon compleanno". Auguri can also be used for other festivities as a greeting to friends and family, such as Christmas, Easter etc.
The opposite of congratulating someone would be to console them. console: To allay the sorrow or grief of. or Antonyms of Congratulate: commiserate, criticize, harp
i buy someone a cake if it's her/his special day like birthday, anniversary and etc or just a food trip or may as a treat to a friend.
i congratulate you
Just be supportive and congratulate them.
sick/hospital stay birthday anniversary valentine's day apology funeral in love
how do you wish someone all the best for when the baby is born
Thank you. I appreciate the good wishes.
Yes they do. The usually celebrate it on the anniversary of the day someone was born, and they have cake with candles on it and presents. They also sing "Happy Birthday" (in English)
You can send a gift and write a note or a card!
I think it is November 8 [Someone correct me if I'm wrong].
If u do something you know that irritates them and do it over and over. Also if u forget an important thing like an anniversary or birthday.
The correct way to say Happy Birthday to someone who speaks European Portuguese is as follows. Say "Feliz aniversario." That means Happy Birthday in Portuguese.
Sending a card is one way to congratulate someone on a new baby. Other ways to congratulate the family is with a gift of diapers, baby bottles, toys, or clothing for the new baby.
The traditional gift for the 25th anniversary is silver.
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Good job. Try not to suck.
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].
# Say Congradulations. # Be Happy For That Person. # Support Them.
To congratulate is 'fÃ©liciter' in French. Congratulations for ... is 'mes fÃ©licitations pour .... / toutes mes fÃ©licitations pour ... / je vous fÃ©licite pour ...'
You go to their page and go to where it says Congratulations. At the bottom of that box it should say Congratulate (player's username here) for their game, you'll click there and then you will have congratulated someone on their game on Howrse. Hope that helps!
Congratulating someone for obtaining their Ph.D. can be easy. You can simply tell them congratulations, buy them a card or some other type of gift.
it mean go crazy Celebrate means to party. Celebrating is something you do to congratulate someone for their accomplishment.
No, the word 'congratulate' is a verb; meaning to express good wishes to someone for that person's achievement or good fortune. The noun forms of the verb to congratulate are congratulation, congratulations, and the gerund, congratulating. Note: The nouns 'congratulation' and 'congratulations' have slightly different meanings. The singular form is a word for the offer of good wishes; the plural form is a word for the words of good wishes.
Absolutely not. It's like saying "OMG! You actually found someone to marry you" You say "best wishes" to the bride.
There are more than 21 million inhabitants in greater Mexico City. With such population, it is no surprise that every day someone has a birthday party, wedding anniversary or general desire to have fun and hang out with friends.
Aloha: Hoʻomaikaʻi ʻana launa male [ho oh-my-ka-ee ah-na la-oo-na ma-lay]. Many persons will say l-ow-oo-na (using the sound 'ow' [like when you get hurt] ). Both are correct.
The correct spelling is someone.
If you are a little superstitious, throw a handful of loose change on the floor of the new vehicle, it is suppose to be good luck.
It is grammatically correct to say it is the time for someone and not it is the time of someone.
is there someone who shares cris van allsburg's birthday