Sure,comes between the third and the fifth,otherwise they'd be a day short and have a huge hole in the July page!
Yes, and a 5th, a 6th, a 7th,...etc...
England has a 4th of July every year between the 3rd of July and the 5th of July. But for them it is not a national holiday.
You do realize why the 4th of July is celebrated right?
They have a 4th of July, but much prefer the 5th of November.
es but it isn't nearly as happy. Just like an Indian thanksgiving, do they celebrate? They did once.
No. They don't even calendars.
i thought everyone did ... unless you dont follow the julian calendar like the hebrews or the chinese ... unless you meant an independence day ... but havent they been like the ruler of all for the past 100 years or something
Everybody does, rather they celebrate it or not is another story :~)