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    fall season

    Is it okay to say " we are entering the fall season" or " we are having fall season"?

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    Re: fall season

    Neither.

    It is [the season of] Autumn/Fall now.

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    Re: fall season

    Quote Originally Posted by loveydovey View Post
    Is it okay to say " we are entering the fall season" or " we are having fall season"?
    The first sentence is not wrong, except for lack of capitalization and punctuation, but it is a bit wordy. You can say, 'Fall is beginning.'
    The second sentence is not good; you can say what Anglika suggested.

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