Phrase: Holiday Greetings in English
In this episode, we learn what it means when someone says to TAKE LEAVE. You can take an annual leave or sick leave. Tune in to today’s episode to learn this new phrase. Enjoy :)
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You’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 286, number two hundred and eighty-six, numero dos cientos ochenta y seis. Today we’re gonna Rock N Roll amigos y amigas!
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Like I said in my intro, today we’re going to Rock N Roll amigos y amigas.
So, thanks everybody for joining me today.
Today, you’re going to learn how to wish someone a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays or just to send wishes this holiday season.
We’re going to learn THREE easy ways you can send someone holiday greetings.
It is the holiday season. It’s not just Christmas here in Australia, we also celebrate the New Year. And then we also celebrate the Chinese New Year. But that’s in February next year. It’s the year of the Tiger according to the Chinese horoscope… if you’re interested to know. I love reading about this stuff. My husband thinks it’s pathetic. But that’s ok, it’s for my entertainment only.
Righto. Back to today’s “happy-sode”
So here we go guys, the THREE ways you can send someone wishes this holiday.
Number #1 – Something we all know….
Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Easy peasy japanesey.
As you can see, “Christmas” has a silent “T”.
You can repeat after me if you want…
Greeting #2 – If you don’t celebrate Christmas but you still want to participate in the celebrations this holiday season, simply say “Happy Holidays”
Wishing you Happy Holidays!
So you can wish someone Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas.
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