Vacation vs Holiday in English!

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vacation vs holiday

The difference between vacation and holiday is not all that great.

Vacation is an American term and is used for when someone goes to another place for a break.

Holiday is used in both American and British English.

American – A holiday is a time of year when people are celebrating a festival, usually religious. That’s why when Christmas comes, Americans say Happy Holidays! 

British – A holiday is the same as when Americans say vacation. In British English, if you say have a good holiday it means that people are going to travel to another place for a break. However, in British English if there is day off from work during the year, it is also known as a holiday.

This is the same in American English too.

 

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