- 1 Post By Anglika
(Teachers, please) I would like to know under what situations that the plural "celebrations" and the singular "celebration" are used? And what is the preposition after them, for example, graduation celebrations/celebration(?) "for" or "of" A + B events"?
Explanations with examples are more than appreciated.
Thank you for your advice.
I am going to the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary
Did you see the report in the paper of the amazing New Year celebrations in London?
He graduated on Friday and in celebration is going to throw a party.
The students' celebrations of the end of the exams kept everyone in the street awake all night.
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