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    If you are not at school you neither get holiday in summers nor in winters.

    If you are not at school you neither get holiday in summers nor in winters.

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    Re: If you are not at school you neither get holiday in summers nor in winters.

    If you are not at school, you get holidays neither in summer nor in winter.
    If you are not at school, you get holidays in neither summer nor winter

    Those are grammatically correct, but it seems a strange thing to say. Many people who are not at school get holidays in summer and/or winter.
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