I'd have to say hannukah if I also get New year's and new year's eve off
Well because I don't celebrate either, Hanukkah because its longer.
Honucka sounds like it could be right. Is it?@895638 (riri):
silly people, vote yes, Channukah is a whole 8 crazy nights, Christmas is just one day
But we get like 2 weeks off. Or at least I do
That's winter break... Not Christmas Break. I'm talking about people who work.
Hannukah* it's the 8 day celebration of lift for Jewish people, it's in December this year it started on December 1st
I think they were just pointing out the misspelling, which you also failed to correct.
Nope I corrected it.
You incorrectly corrected it.
Nope, since the word is in another language that has it's own characters it can't be translated directly so it is spelled in anyway that sounds like it. It could also be spelled Channukah
Hanukkah, Chanukah, and Chanuka are the correct spellings.
You can spell it in anyway that it sounds like.
Know yoo kanaught
I'm Jewish and my insanely Jewish teacher told us that yesterday, don't even challenge me buddy
Then why would you correct "Hanuka?" It looks like it would pronounced the same way.
Because its one of the most common ways to spell it, the most common way is Hanukkah though.
I'd take 8 days of the jew holiday lol
As a matter of fact yes because I'm jewish.
I celebrate Christmas and I'd rather celebrate Hanukah because I get Christmas off anyways, it's a Saturday
actually isnt Hanukah like 8 days of Christmas? well theres your answer!