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    Smile Grammar

    Can you please check whether these sentences are grammatically correct?
    1. I received a few gifts at Christmas
    2. I received a few gifts on Christmas.
    3. I received a few gifts on Christmas Day.


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    Re: Grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Shamila View Post
    Can you please check whether these sentences are grammatically correct?
    1. I received a few gifts at Christmas
    2. I received a few gifts on Christmas.
    3. I received a few gifts on Christmas Day.
    Yup yup and yup, Shamila.

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    #3

    Re: Grammar

    1 and 3 are correct.
    At is used about "event" and on is about "day."

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    Re: Grammar

    Thank you very very much.

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    #5

    Re: Grammar

    I do agree with mochimochi.

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