Everyday English- Compliment/Complement

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Compliment/ Complement
Compliment= 👂🏾: Complement
Thus both pronounced kóm-plu-munt
ó- hot
u- ago
Compliment:
Express respect, praise or esteem for.
Eg. He complimented me on my new look.
Complement:
To make complete or perfect.
Eg. Daniella’s been blessed with a husband who complements her.
Lovely day 😊
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