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    #1

    Happy Chrisitmas and Merry New Year?

    Hi All,

    Would you say "Happy Christmas" and "Merry New Year" instead of "Merry Christmas" and "Happy New year"?

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    #2

    Re: Happy Chrisitmas and Merry New Year?

    No.

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    Re: Happy Chrisitmas and Merry New Year?

    You can say 'Happy Christmas' or 'Merry Christmas' but only 'Happy New Year'.

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