The A to Z English Podcast | Holiday Idioms

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“Home for the Holidays”: This idiom is often used to express the idea of returning home to be with family and loved ones during holiday celebrations. It encapsulates the warmth and joy associated with being in one’s familiar and comforting environment during festive times.

“In the Spirit of the Season”: This idiom signifies embracing the positive and festive attitudes associated with a particular holiday. For example, being “in the spirit of the season” during Christmas might involve spreading cheer, generosity, and goodwill toward others.

“Tis the Season to be Jolly”: This classic idiom, often associated with Christmas carols, suggests that the holiday season is a time for happiness and joy. It reflects the idea that during this time of year, people should focus on positive emotions and celebrate the festive spirit.

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