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    personal day

    Teacher, is this sentence OK?

    I would like to take January 29th as a personal day to attend to some personal matters.

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    Re: personal day

    It's a little bit redundant. You can simply say that you would like to take a personal day on Jan 29.

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    Re: personal day

    Thank you, teacher. If I want to take half a day, can I say:

    I would like to take a half personal day on Jan 29.

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    Re: personal day

    "Half a personal day"

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