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Interpreting - Translation






Certain situations need special vocabulary - do you know the following expressions?

Words:
Bad luck!   Happy Birthday!   Well done!   Good luck!   Break a leg!   Congratulations!   Many happy returns!  

__________ - You can say it in many circumstances, such as for weddings, promotions, passing exams, or to the parents and family of a new baby.

__________ - You can say this to someone who has passed an exam or achieved something difficult like a promotion.

Birthdays - The most usual ways of referring to someone's birthday are by saying __________ or more formally - __________

Before an exam or something difficult - Wish someone good luck before something difficult, by saying __________ But if people are superstitious and believe that saying "Good luck" will have the opposite effect, you could also hear __________

If someone has failed at something, you can say - __________
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