A: We haven't got any holiday. B: Did you just say we haven't got any holiday? OR B: Did you just say 'no holiday ' ? Can both of these be used in an informal context? Can we shorten the entire sentence said by A to 'no holiday ' ?

  • Brit English? 'no holiday ' is a sentence fragment lacking context. – Wayfaring Stranger Jan 8 at 4:16
  • Yes. Yes. Even "None?!" – Kris Jan 8 at 9:03

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