Holiday czy vacation?

Exercise 1

For each word/expression and their definition choose: British English, American English or both.

holiday – period of time you spend off work, previously agreed upon between your employer and you
vacation – period of time you spend off work, previously agreed upon between your employer and you
a holiday – a day off work or school established by law
a public holiday - a day off work or school established by law
a bank holiday - a day off work or school established by law

Exercise 2

Complete each gap with one word.

I’m sorry, Tara is not here. Actually, she’s holiday. Can I take a message?
You look so tanned! Where have you been? - I’ve just got back Spain.
Good Friday is a holiday in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Thanksgiving is a very important in the United States and Canada.
Is 3 May a holiday in Poland? – Yes, it is.
We’re on vacation in two weeks’ time.
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