Graduation congratulations

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by schmuck_sponja, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. schmuck_sponja New Member

    Manila, Philippines
    Philippines
    Hi everyone! I'm just new here. Hope everyone's doing great. Anyway, I have a question, how do I say "Congralutions graduates!" in Italian?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Hi, welcome.
    For your translation I'd say

    Congratulazioni laureati!

    It's referred to people (more than one person) who just got a laurea, a degree at the university. Is that correct?
     
  3. schmuck_sponja New Member

    Manila, Philippines
    Philippines
    Hey there!

    Thanks for the immediate response! Really do appreciate it.

    However, can I still use that line even if I'm addressing to people who have just finished, say, High School, etc.?

    Thanks.
     
  4. Raphillon Senior Member

    Rome
    Italy
    No, it is used only for university degree... For high and middle school you would say "diplomati"

    Ciao.
     
  5. schmuck_sponja New Member

    Manila, Philippines
    Philippines
    Oh, I see..

    Grazie.

    ;)
     
  6. Sxc

    Sxc Junior Member

    Lima
    Lima spanish
    Hello guyz.. How Can I write " Congratulations on your graduation" in italian ?? Could you please help with this one? thank you !!
     
  7. ANGIEE Junior Member

    MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA
    AUSTRALIA ENGLISH
    Augurissimi/congratulazioni/complimenti, sono felice di sapere che ti sei diplomato/laureato. (depending on whether it's a degree or diploma) :)
     

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