Congratulations on passing the exam

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by Bionda, May 16, 2007.

  1. Bionda Junior Member

    Boston, Massachusetts
    English - American & British
    Ciao a tutti,

    Come si dice questo in italiano “Congratulations on passing the exam!” I know that to pass an exam is “sostenere l’esame” but I’m sure how to put the sentence together correctly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. SvenKr Junior Member

    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Italian, Italy
    It's "complimenti per aver superato l'esame!".

    Or, more informally, "complimenti per l'esame!", "bravo per l'esame!" .
     
  3. Bionda Junior Member

    Boston, Massachusetts
    English - American & British
    CIao SvenKr! :) I'm amazed that such a simple sentence could cause such confusion. :eek: Grazie per la tua aiuto!
     
  4. babyjewel

    babyjewel Senior Member

    Italy
    Italy, Italian
    :)
     
  5. SvenKr Junior Member

    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Italian, Italy
    No problem :)

    [grazie per il tuo aiuto, masculine :)]

    Ciao!
     
  6. perfavore Senior Member

    USA
    Philippines - Tagalog
    Una parola mancante?
    perfavore
     
  7. Bionda Junior Member

    Boston, Massachusetts
    English - American & British
    Oops, it must be one of those days. I apologize for the omissions perfavore; I'll have to be more careful in future. :)
     

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