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    on Easter holiday?

    Hello

    Can you say I went in London a few months ago on Easter holiday? Should I use another preposition such as for Easter holiday or simply say at Easter?

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    Re: on Easter holiday?

    I wouldn't use on; I'd use in/during/for the Easter holidays

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