- 1 How do you wish Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
- 2 Is it Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year or Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
- 3 Why do we say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
- 4 How do you wish someone a happy new year?
- 5 What’s wrong with saying Merry Christmas?
- 6 What can I say instead of Merry Christmas?
- 7 Why can’t we say Merry Christmas anymore?
- 8 Can I say Merry New Year?
- 9 Is it right to say Merry New Year?
- 10 Is it politically correct to say Happy New Year?
- 11 How do you say happy New Year to someone who has lost a loved one?
How do you wish Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas surrounded by your precious family, and many blessings for the coming year. Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. May peace, love, and prosperity follow you always. Whatever is beautiful.
Is it Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year or Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
In my opinion, both are correct with a little capitalization. 1. I wish you and your family Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Why do we say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?
Christmas is a time of celebration and therefore a ‘Merry Christmas’ would be appropriate. A new year, as in ‘Happy New Year’, on other hand, extends over a whole year (and further on) and as such the sense of good luck, good fortune and prosperity provided by Happy would be appropriate.
How do you wish someone a happy new year?
“Here’s to a bright New Year and a fond farewell to the old; here’s to the things that are yet to come, and to the memories that we hold.” “May you have a prosperous New Year.” “Wishing you a happy, healthy New Year.” “May the New Year bless you with health, wealth, and happiness.”
What’s wrong with saying Merry Christmas?
“It’s considered politically correct to say Happy Holidays, so it’s just considered insensitive to say Merry Christmas to other people who aren’t from this country that don’t celebrate it,“ said senior Miguel Montano, Div. “Merry Christmas” is a traditional saying that’s been around for centuries.
What can I say instead of Merry Christmas?
2-Word Alternatives to Merry Christmas
- celebrate Christmas.
- Christmas greetings.
- Christmas blessings.
- Christmas joy.
- festive greetings.
- happy Christmas.
- happy Festivus (from Seinfeld)
- happy holidays.
Why can’t we say Merry Christmas anymore?
In the last few years, it has been seen as an offence! On one side are the politically correct who think that the expression “Merry Christmas” is too exclusionary. They believe we should not say “Merry Christmas” because it might offend those of different faiths, like Muslims or Jews or Hindus.
Can I say Merry New Year?
Now if we think of Happy New Year as a short state of mind during the New Year celebration and not throughout the whole year then we could say merry, joyful, jubilant New Year, it’s not completely wrong.
Is it right to say Merry New Year?
New Year’s is the end of one year and the beginning of another year. There are two years involved—the old one and the new one—but only one of them is new. That means you’ll never have the occasion to say “Happy New Years.” “Years” is plural, and in this galaxy at least, only one year happens at a time.
Is it politically correct to say Happy New Year?
Saying “Happy New Year” is an appropriate thing to say for at least the first week of the New Year.
How do you say happy New Year to someone who has lost a loved one?
How to Say ‘Happy New Year’ to Acquaintances Who Are Grieving
- “I know it’s been difficult for you lately.
- “I’m thinking of you as we ring in the New Year.
- “I know you may not feel like celebrating.
- “I’m sorry for your loss.
- “With every New Year comes a new opportunity to heal from your pain of the past.”