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    #1

    I like the day when is your birthday

    Hi there,
    I am in a bit of trouble with saying this; "I like the day when is your birthday." or "I like the day which is your birthday." Which of the both is actually correct? I know neither of those are natural but in our language, we say things like that.


    Thanks.

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    Re: I like the day when is your birthday

    I like it when it's my birthday.
    I really like/enjoy my birthday every year.

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    Re: I like the day when is your birthday

    I am not a teacher.

    Or, "I like it when it's your birthday".

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