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    Christmas

    When we are talking about Christmas, we refer to Christmas in singular or in plural? I mean, should we say "Christmas are..." or "Christmas is...". Right now, I'm kind of confused with the Spanish word and the way we use it...
    Any help would be grateful! Thanks!

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    Re: Christmas

    Quote Originally Posted by tika_tuka View Post
    When we are talking about Christmas, we refer to Christmas in singular or in plural? I mean, should we say "Christmas are..." or "Christmas is...". Right now, I'm kind of confused with the Spanish word and the way we use it...
    Any help would be grateful! Thanks!
    I think Christmas is only once. Therefore, there is no plural, however don`t take my words by all parcentage. English is my second language so I might be right or wrong, though I have been wrong before as human being.

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