Hi one and all,

I say "Merry Christmas"

The French say "Joyeux Noël"

How do YOU say it?

Lionel

Buon Natale
I think in Spanish it is: Feliz Navidad
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Hristos se rodi!
German: "Fröhliche Weihnachten" but we often say Merry Christmas too
Mutlu Noeller or İyi Seneler in Turkish.
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TO BEGIN THE REPLY , IN VIETNAM WE SAY : "[<:o)]CHUC MUNG GIANG SINH " . BUT I'M SURE YOU DON'T KNOW HOW TO SPEAK IT . SO I'M CURIOUS OF WHAT USUALLY HAPPENS AT CHRISTMAS IN YOUR COUNTRY . CAN YOU TELL SOMETHING TRADITIONAL AND UNIQUE ? IN VIETNAM , THERE ARE FEW CHRISTIANS SO WE DON'T CONSIDER ABOUT THIS DAY MUCH . HOWEVER , THIS IS A NICE OPPORTUNITY FOR US TO GIVE AND RECEIVE PRESENT EVEN WHEN WE ARE NOT CHRISTIANS . AS FOR THE WEATHER , SHELDOM DO WE HAVE SNOW , IT'S JUST LITTLE BIT COLD HERE . CAN YOU PLEASE UPLOAD SOME PICTURES OF CHRISTMAS DAY IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY ? THANKS , I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING THEM .
In Lithuania we say like "Laimingų šventų Kalėdų" (L(i)m(ee)ng(oo) (sh)vent(oo) Ka(it's like r)led(oo) Emotion: big smile ) In word by word translation it would be "Happy holly Christmas" Emotion: smile
In Indonesia, we say 'Selamat Natal'.
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