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How to congratulate Happy New Year without errors KXan 36 Daily News

Date: January 28, 2023 Time: 00:30:17

1. Which is correct: Happy New Year or Happy New Year?

To avoid mistakes, it should be remembered that the phrase “new year” can be written in two ways: as the name of the holiday – with a capital letter (New Year), and as a designation of a period of time, the next calendar year – with one letter. lowercase (new year). Happy New Year! Happy New Year! But: I wish you happiness in the new year! Capital letters in both words (New Year), unfortunately, are found even on greeting cards printed in the printing house. This is not only a designer oversight, but also an editorial flaw.

Often the congratulatory phrase “Happy New Year!” shortened to two words: “Happy New Year!” In this case, there is no need to change the small print to a large one.

2. Santa Claus and Snow Maiden.

The names of these heroes are not always written the same: a capital letter is needed if it is a fairy-tale character or a person in the guise of such a character: Ded Moroz (grandfather Frost), Snegurochka. I wish that on this festive night Santa Claus fulfills the most cherished wishes!

A small print is appropriate when it comes to a toy or a treat: Snow Maiden from papier-mâché, Santa Claus from chocolate. Please note that in this case, Santa Claus is written with a hyphen! And one more nuance: the correct form of the plural is not Santa Claus, but Santa Claus. On the Christmas tree we saw several glass Santa Clauses.

3. How are the symbols of the Eastern calendar written?

Note that each word in these names is capitalized – the year of the Black Water Rabbit.

Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.

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