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    • Join Date: Sep 2005
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    #1

    Smile Christmas /christmas time

    Hi,
    IŽd like to ask what is the difference between Christmas and Christmas time. For examle I dont now what to use in this case : 'Hope the warmest smile, the sweetest dreams, and the happiest heart will be yours at Christmas/Christmas time and in new year 2008.'
    Thanks in advance


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    #2

    Re: Christmas /christmas time

    Quote Originally Posted by petr View Post
    Hi,
    IŽd like to ask what is the difference between Christmas and Christmas time. For example I don't now what to use in this case : 'I hope the warmest smile, the sweetest dreams, and the happiest heart will be yours at Christmas/Christmas time and in the New Year 2008.'
    Thanks in advance
    Not much difference to my mind, Petr. Probably 'Christmas' would be more common. 'New Year' is specific and always takes 'the' and capitals.

    Can I steal it and use it to wish you,

    I hope the warmest smile, the sweetest dreams, and the happiest heart will be yours at Christmas/Christmas time and in the New Year 2008.'
    Last edited by riverkid; 24-Dec-2007 at 01:31.


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    Re: Christmas /christmas time

    To Mum

    Hoping the warmest smile, the sweetest dreams, and the happiest heart will be yours this Christmas and in the coming New Year.

    from Petr

    Christmas 2007

    May the New Year bring you the best of health and the happiest of hearts.

    At Christmas, we think of family and the friends we hold dear.

    To Susie

    Christmas time is when we most think of family and the friends we hold dear. Though the miles have separated us, you have remained close to our hearts.

    Your friends
    The Smith Family

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