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    congratulate for

    "Kerry concedes defeat, congratulates Bush for victory"
    This is a headline in China View. Do 'on' and 'for' both work?
    'congratulate a person for/on victory'
    No political interest, but just linguistic interest.
    Thank you.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: congratulate for

    Both 'on' and 'for' work.


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