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    Festive Season

    Hi Teacher,

    Any grammatical errors / stylistic problems in the following sentence?

    "Carnivals, celebrations, carol, countdown....all in the countryside."

    It's used to describes a series of festivities to be held in an outdoor venue.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Festive Season

    I'd use 'carols' (unless you only plan to sing one) and you might put 'and' before 'countdown'.

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