How to say weekend of ...
Which is correct for you?:
This task will be performed during/along/at/over/on :
- 4th of July weekend of 2016.
- the weekend 4th of July of 2016.
- the weekend of July 4th of 2016.
It think it will depend on whether you're saying it in American English or British English. As a British English speaker, I would say:
"This task will be performed on the weekend of the 4th of July 2016"
February 12, 2016
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