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Hello,
I would appreciate if native speakers of English could help with the following question:

Are such sentences correct?:

How is your holiday?
How are your holidays?

Such sentences are given as examples in one of my English students' books but I have read somewhere on the Internet that such sentences are not correct. Instead we should only say:

What is your holiday like?
How are your holidays going?

The person stated that the word 'how' can only be used to ask about a person's health.

I would be greteful for your help.
Thank you!
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Hello,
I would appreciate if native speakers of English could help with the following question:

Are such sentences correct?:

How is your holiday?
How are your holidays?
These are fine. If the holiday has finished, ask 'How was your holiday?'

In N.America, we say 'vacation'.

Such sentences are given as examples in one of my English students' books but I have read somewhere on the Internet that such sentences are not correct. Instead we should only say:

What is your holiday like?
How are your holidays going?

The person stated that the word 'how' can only be used to ask about a person's health. This is not correct.

Clive
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