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I got an A+,
- Congratulations! I'm so happy for you.

(What is the meaning of 'for' in the last sentence? What is the similar sentence, #1 or #2?)

1. I'm so happy thanks to you.
2. I'm so happy about you.

  • English -

    Does that mean:" I'm so happy for you to get A+"?

  • English -

    Does that mean:" I'm so happy for you to get an A+"?

  • English -

    Yes, your interpretation is correct. None of the 3 sentences means the same as the others, though.

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