[Grammar] Christmas will be on Sunday next year.

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sky3120

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Christmas will be on Sunday next year. VS. Christmas is on Sunday next year.

Which one is natural and is there a meaning difference between them? Thank you so much as always and have a good and safe day.
 

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Both are fine. There is no difference in meaning.
 

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:up: ...though I think I'd be more likely to say 'on a Sunday'.

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...and I'd be more likely to say 'Christmas Day will be on Wednesday next year.'

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...and I'd be more likely to say 'Christmas Day will be on Wednesday next year.'

Rover

An excellent demonstration of the difference between a sentence that is correct and a sentence that is true.
 
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