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@ahmed_btm posted:

Hi, David and Ahmed,

'Ramadan' is our holly month in which we fast. (https://www.collinsdictionary....nary/english/ramadan)

I agree with you that 'During' works well. 'In' also sounds natural to use. 'At' makes me feel that we are referring to a kind of festival called 'Ramadan'. I don't think 'on' is appropriate here.

Thank you, Ahmed, for clarifying for me what Ramadan is. I had pretended that Ramadan was like Christmas, which, as you probably know, is a single-day holiday. But Ramadan is clearly not like Christmas. I defer to your answer.

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