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Which is correct? THIS holidays I'm learning to drive... or THESE holidays I'm...... ?

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THIS holiday I'm learning to drive.

THESE holidays I'm learning to drive.
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This holidays?
anonymous This holidays?

No. See Mister Micawber's answer above.

Is it these holidays or this holidays

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This and that are used for singular forms ex. This computer/That computer, this flower/that flower.
These and those are used for plural forms ex. these pants are too small for me. Those flowers are far away.
If you are using 'holiday' you need to use 'this' 'that'. If you are using 'holidays' you need to use 'these' 'those'.