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    congratulation or compliment

    hi, i am a little bit confused with my English lesson
    can we congratulate someone with other phrases like "Good Job" or "You've done a great job"
    i just do not get it when i tried to compare those two expressions with compliment.
    aren't they compliment or congratulation expression?
    can we congratulate someone without the word "congratulations"?
    thank you.

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    Re: congratulation or compliment

    Welcome to the forums. Before we answer your question, please edit your post using correct capitalisation and punctuation.
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