Congratulations in Spanish: Wedding & New Baby Phrases


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The following word means the same as felicitaciones (congratulations) in Spanish.

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1. To congratulate for a wedding, you are sending a card with a message that reads 'Que sean muy felices en toda su vida' (may you both be very happy for the rest of your life). However, you want this message to sound really exciting, so you need exclamation marks. This is how your message looks:

2. You are at a wedding and someone says: ¡Que viva la novia! (cheers for the bride). Along with all the guests, you reply:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The use of the phrase 'congratulations' in different social situations in the Spanish language is the subject of this quiz and worksheet combo. You are asked about a similar word to felicitaciones, along with writing to someone who just had twins.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can expect to see the topics below as part of the quiz:

  • Offering best wishes for a wedding
  • Replying to cheers for the bride
  • Congratulating a friend who just had a baby girl or twins
  • Punctuating messages of good wishes

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about friends having twins
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about cards for a wedding
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you know a similar word for felicitaciones

Additional Learning

To review some more of the language, go to the lesson titled Congratulations in Spanish: Wedding & New Baby Phrases, where you will find the following extra phrases:

  • ¡Que viva el novio!
  • ¡Que vivan los novios!
  • Los mejores deseos en el día de su boda