Is this sentence grammatically correct?
At this rate, he will never get the toy until this christmas—or possibly, the next christmas.
- LônLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
He won't get the toy... (no need for the never)
Next Christmas, (not the next Christmas).
Don't forget to capitalise Christmas.
- Anonymous8 months ago
I agree with you . Thanks!
- MamieLv 78 months ago
It's almost perfect. A couple of small changes:
At this rate, he will never get the toy until this Christmas -- or possibly next Christmas.
(The name of the holiday always begins with a capital letter.)
- CaraLv 78 months ago
At this rate he won't get the toy till Christmas—or even next Christmas.
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- LaurieLv 78 months ago
Change “never” to “not, and capitalize “Christmas”.
- Days of You’reLv 78 months ago
"At this rate, he won't get the toy until this Christmas—or possibly, the next."
You don't need to repeat the word Christmas.Source(s): Lon