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I know it is possible to say "on occasion of" but I am wondering if it is also possible to say "on the occasion of "
For instance: he performed in concert on (the) occasion of the Olympics in Seoul
so, with or without 'the', it is the same?
and, another doubt: is it also fine, instead od saying "he performed in a concert" to say "he held a concert"?
sorry, I changed the post , adding another question, while you were posting your reply
She performed at the concert on the occasion of the Seoul Olympics.
She performed at the opening/closing ceremony of the Seoul Olympics.
She performed on occasion at the opening/closing ceremonies of Olympics - including Los Angeles, Seoul and Barcelona.
However, I'm not sure about my examples.
Last edited by retro; 03-Jun-2007 at 12:56.