Grammatically correct Christmas and New Year Greeting
In formal communication, do I use "Marry Christmas and Happy New Year" or "Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year" or rather "...and a very Happy New Year"?
Thank you very much
Re: Grammatically correct Christmas and New Year Greeting
Originally Posted by mireksvenda
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year is the norm.
There is no reason why you should not say " a very happy New Year" if you know the person well and want to emphasise the wish.