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    see in the New Year

    How do you call it when people get together in order to celebrate a New Year's Eve ? Would it be correct to say :

    " Would you like to see in the New Year with us ? "

    Thanks

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    Re: see in the New Year

    In the U. S. it's fine.


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    Re: see in the New Year

    Fine in Britain too.

    Also, we say 'bring in the bells'. So:

    'Would you like to bring in the bells with us?'

    I'm not sure how widely this is used.

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    Re: see in the New Year

    Quote Originally Posted by Linguist__ View Post
    Fine in Britain too.

    Also, we say 'bring in the bells'. So:

    'Would you like to bring in the bells with us?'

    I'm not sure how widely this is used.
    Anything to do with whisky?

    b

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