re: D-Day? page 2

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hello every one,

Can we use the word "D-day" to refer some ones birthday.for instace:

Come on man..!have fun and enjoy after all its your d-day.

Is taht ok to use??

THAKS
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What if we use d-day for the 60th independence day of a country or not necessarily 60th (it could be country's 1st or 2nd independence day),and ,the people of that country are going to celebrate it with great warmth??can we use d-day in this sense ???
Hi,

No. Where's the risk and uncertainty?

Clive
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Ooops..!!heheEmotion: embarrassedyeaaah..there is no risk in it i guess heheEmotion: big smileEmotion: stick out tongue
first thing is that you spelled thanks wrong and no