Como dizer "Você está de parabéns" em inglês

Você está de parabéns pelo artigo que você escreveu.

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Congratulations on the article you wrote.
Congratulations on your article.
Congrats on your article (informal)
I've got to hand it to you. That was a great article.
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E como ficaria:

"Eu estou de parabéns"

Congratulations on myself?
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Sugestão:

Eu estou de parabéns.
I can congratulate myself.

Exemplo adicional:

''I suppose I can congratulate myself: I've schooled her well.'' [www.dailymail.co.uk]

P.S.: Você está de parabéns! = Congratulations!

Bons estudos.
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well done ! congratulations !


cheers!
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Kudos for your excepionnal performance !

kudosnoun
1. Recognition of achievement or superiority or a sign of this:
accolade, distinction, honor, laurel (often used in plural).
2. An expression of warm approval:
acclaim, acclamation, applause, celebration, commendation, compliment, encomium, eulogy, laudation, panegyric, plaudit, praise.
The American Herita


cheers!
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I believe congratulations are in order!

mari_18cf I would suggest "I should give myself a pat on the back (pat on my back)."

Juliana, a great post! Give yourself a pat on the back!
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Also,

Ex)Full ​marks to Jo for ​spotting the ​error in ​time.
Thanks for the replies.

How about: I deserve congratulations?
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It´s fine, but I would like to add just one little comment, Mari.

In general, when there´s congratulations in a sentence, it comes along with the preposition "on" [or "for'' , if you mean some achievement. And "to'' (in a very few cases)].

So:
I deserve (some) congratulations on this work, don´t I ?


Don´t I deserve some congrations for my feat as well? it´s not everyday that someone sails from Natal to Fernando de Noronha just windsurfing!


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Obviously, if you are in a conversation and it´s explicit that you have done something worth some praise, then just "congratulations" as in "So, don´t I deserve congratulations?" would do (since it´s implicit that you mean "So, don´t I deserve congratulations for what I have done?"


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In general, people gets congratulated for/on/to something. Of course, there are cases and cases.
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PPAULO, you wrote "congrations" when you, in all likelihood, meant "congratulations", didn't you?
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Yup, a typo. I must be getting old, man! ha ha ha. :P