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    Hello,

    could you please tell me, whether there is a better expression instead of “right today” or “already today” in the following sentence:

    "Congratulations to the lucky winner already today”.

    Thank you very much

    Hanka

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    Congratulations to today's lucky winner.

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    Thank you,

    but it is not today´s winner. It is a winner who will be known in several month but they congratulate already today.
    So is "congratulations to the lucky winner already today" correct?

    Thank you

    Hanka

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    try this
    congratulation for the lucky winner today.

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    Congratulations for whoever will be the lucky winner.

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