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Sentence #145192

新年[しんねん] を[] どの[] よう[] に[] 過ごす[すごす] の[] です[] か[] 。[]

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Feb 20th 2010, 17:58
shouldn't it be お正月?
Feb 20th 2010, 18:22
Judging by the other examples
and the large number of web hits for 新年を祝う I think it is OK as it is.

Unless a native speaker of Japanese wants to contradict me, I'd suggest leaving it alone.
Feb 20th 2010, 18:23
^ link's broken. Let's see if this works:


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