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Thank you.  Now that the warmer weather's here, I can't seem to take more than 10 steps outside the gate without bumping into people, mostly neighbours.

Will read your link; it seems to be full of interesting information.

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Judith-aka-Judith wrote the following post at 11 Jul 2021 21:18:

Must admit, Mint, that if in doubt, I just say bonnes fêtes!

That's what everyone .. and I really mean everyone so friends, neighbours, resto people, shop people, the postman/postlady just everyone .. says.

Bonnes Fêtes .. mostly for the end of the Year.

? .. but for 14 July then it's .. Bonne Fête Nationale
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Judith-aka-Judith wrote the following post at 12 Jul 2021 8:47:

Thanks, Sue! I'm duly corrected!

No, no .. sorry if my reply appeared to say that.

Bonnes Fêtes and Bonne Fête are used all the time is what I was trying to say.

Just that there are 2 of them at the end of the year so

the plural is used but just one July 14.

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