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Do you know which preposition to use when you talk about Christmas?
In this lesson, you will learn the difference between at Christmas, on Christmas Day, for Christmas and over Christmas.
We say at Christmas when something happens during the Christmas holiday period. (= just before and after December 25th)
on Christmas Day
We say on Christmas Day when something happens on December 25th.
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