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So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing,



 
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So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing, #1 (permalink) Sat Oct 23, 2010 0:51 am   So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing,
 

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ESL/EFL Test #162 "Days of the Week", question 9

In North America, if a federal ......... falls on a regular weekday, workers are entitled to a day off from work.

(a) term
(b) everyday
(c) holiday

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #162 "Days of the Week", answer 9

In North America, if a federal holiday falls on a regular weekday, workers are entitled to a day off from work.

Correct answer: (c) holiday

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In North America, if a federal term falls on a regular weekday, workers are entitled to a day off from work.
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So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing, right?
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So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing, #2 (permalink) Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:39 am   So "federal holiday" and "bank holidays" are the same thing,
 

It sounds that way, Mr Francis (though they are different dates/occasions in different countries, of course)
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