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    Christmas week, the Christmas week

    This sentence comes from Martin Hewings' ADVANCED GRAMMAR IN USE:
    National No-Smoking week starts on October 24th.

    Could we say 'the Christmas week/ the No-Smoking week'? Thank you.

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    Re: Christmas week, the Christmas week

    The correct way to say these would be: The week of Christmas and The National Non-Smoking week.

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