Learn English: Basic Conversation on Praising someone for achievement

Learn how to praise someone for his or her achievements. Praising someone or giving complements is the most powerful form of communication between people and groups. Master the art of conversation through simple and basic sentences.
Created On: Nov 29, 2017 15:16 IST
Modified On: Jan 10, 2018 17:55 IST


In your day-to-day life you will come across many situations where one is required to praise or give complements to others when someone performs or does a task particularly well.

Praising someone or giving complements is the powerful form of communication between people and groups. Praising someone can help in boosting up the self-esteem and helps increasing the performance or efficiency of people everywhere, be it a work place or school or family gatherings, etc. Both praising someone with elegance and receiving praise with gratitude is an important part of good conversation skills.

Let us learn through a simple conversation how you can praise someone for his or her achievements.

Conversation - Praising someone for achievement

Jagranjosh: Hi Rohit!

Jagranjosh: Hello Aunty!

Jagranjosh: Congratulations! You topped the entrance exam.

Jagranjosh: Thanks a lot!

Jagranjosh: I am so happy for you.

Jagranjosh: Yes, everyone is happy.

Jagranjosh: It seems a tough competition.

Jagranjosh: It is! The second topper scored just one point less than me.

Jagranjosh: From where did you take the coaching?

Jagranjosh: The institute is in Connaught Place.

Jagranjosh: Even my son is doing Non-Medical.

Jagranjosh: That is good.

Jagranjosh: Can you please guide him with the coaching institute and books.

Jagranjosh: Yes sure!

Jagranjosh: When can he come to meet you?

Jagranjosh: He can come anytime tomorrow.

Jagranjosh: Thank you for helping.

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Some common expressions to be used while praising someone:

•    Well Done!
•    Congratulations!
•    Good Job!
•    Way to go!
•    Good thinking!
•    Excellent idea!
•    Hats off!
•    Bravo!

So, now you know how to praise someone for their achievements in simple English. Mantra is to be confident in your conversations and don’t hesitate to give compliments to others.

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