Admin wants to share some other ways of saying ‘praise’. Hope you’re not sleepy yet :)
First, admin will tweet praise’s meaning. Praise: to express admiration about the achievement or characteristics of a person or a thing. Here are the other ways of saying praise:
1. Congratulate: to praise someone and say that you approve of or are pleased about a special or unusual achievement.
- e.g. My mother congratulated me and my band on winning on music competition last month.
2. Compliment: to praise or express admiration for someone for what she/he has done or the way she/he looks.
- e.g. Lyn was just complimenting Gerard on his band performance last night.
3. Commend: to formally praise someone or something. You can use this word when you praise someone publicly or officially.
- e.g. The headmaster commended Ray for his bravery.
4. Pay tribute to somebody or something: to praise someone or something. If you don’t want to use commend, you can use this phrase when you praise someone publicly or officially.
- e.g. The President paid tribute to the Soccer team who had won the match.
5. Flatter: to praise someone in order to make them feel attractive or important, sometimes in a way that is not sincere.
- e.g. I knew my sister only flattering me because she wanted to borrow my dress for her friend’s birthday party.
6. Rave: to praise something very much. You can use this word when you praise someone or something a lot.
- e.g. Gwen raved over the shoes she had seen at the Jakarta Fashion Week last month.
That’s a wrap, fellas! Hope those words will be useful for you :)