prepositions of time
Hi, I do have a problem. I know that I must use "on" with New Year's (Day/ Eve), but what preposition should I use with "New Year"? I have found both "in" ( "In New Year we're going on holidays") and "at" ( "What are you doing at New Year?"). For me, the better one in this case is "in", but are both of them possible when we talk about the period? Is "at" the right one when we refer to the festivity? Does "at New Year" mean "at New Year celebrations"?
Thank you very much for your help.
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