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How would you say "are you going anywhere for Christmas"

Robert-C7

How would you say "are you going anywhere for Christmas?". My guess is something along the lines of: Nǐ shèngdàn jié yào qù nǎlǐ? 你圣诞节要去哪里? But that really translates to "where are you going to go on Christmas?"

nóng fū

Here is a variant of your question from Yoyo. "How do you plan to spend Christmas this year?" jīn nián shèng dàn jié nǐ dǎ suàn zěn me guò?

Robert-C7

I wanted to add the Hanzi: jīn nián shèng dàn jié nǐ dǎ suàn zěn me guò? 今年圣诞节你打算怎么过 Since 打算 (dǎ suàn) means to plan or to intend, I am guessing this is like saying "what are your plans for this Christmas". What does the 怎么过 (zěn me guò) mean exactly?

nóng fū

A literal translation of zěn me guò would be "how to spend". In this case, guò means the spending (or passing) of time.

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