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Happy New Year


How do you wish someone a happy new year?
On this New Year I wish that you have a wonderful January, a lovely February, a Peaceful March, a stress-free April, a fun-filled May, and Joy that lasts from June to November, and finally a happy December. May my wishes come true and may you have a charming and lucky New Year 2021


What is the best New Year message?
Short New Year Wishes
  • May the new year bless you with health, wealth, and happiness.
  • Out with the old, in with the new! ...
  • Here's hoping you make the most of 2021!
  • May the new year bring you peace, joy, and happiness.
  • Wishing you and yours health and prosperity in the new year.
  • Let your dreams take flight in the new year!
Do you say Happy New Year or Happy New Years?
New Year's Day is the proper noun naming the day we celebrate the new year. That is why it is always capitalized. New Year's Eve is the night before, when all the partying really takes place. When wishing someone a happy new year, the phrase is capitalized and does not need the possessive apostrophe: Happy New Year!
How long do you say Happy New Year?
Wishing someone Happy New Year after a week into January can be unwanted and insincere. "You wouldn't wish someone 'Happy New Year' if you don't see them until March, so there's no need to continue throughout January. You wouldn't say 'Happy Birthday' after the event, and the same goes for Christmas and New Year."
What should I write in a Happy New Year card?
New Year's card messages for family and friends
  1. Wishing you beautiful moments, treasured memories, and all the happiness a heart can know. ...
  2. A toast to you and yours in the New Year.
  3. Wishing you holiday cheer and a Happy New Year.
  4. New year, new plans, new memories to be made.
Why do we say Happy New Year?
It think it comes from the phrases New Year's Eve and New Year's Day in both it is correct to add the "s". We would not say New Year Eve or New Year Day. This possessive form is erroneously carried over by some to the greeting for the New Year.

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