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  • 1. Escola Básica de Canidelo November 2011 Subject: English Flávia Meireles Costa 8ºB Nº12
  • 2. Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated prinicipally in United States of America and in Canada. This is a day of thankfulness in general to God for the good events happened in the year. In this day, the people give thanks with celebrations and prayers. Currently the people bring together with the family, they do big gatherings and family dinners. It is too celebrated with big parades. The typical course of Thanksgiving is the turkey.
  • 3. What is Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated prinicipally in United States of America and in Canada in the month of November. This is a day of thankfulness in general to God for the good events happened in the year. In this day, the people give thanks with celebrations and prayers.
  • 4. History of Thanksgiving The first Thanksgiving american was in 1621, between the colonists English. The celebration was with a tribe of indigenous people, their guests. The indegenous took food to the colonists.
  • 5. History of Thanksgiving Only on 1789, the president George Washington made the date of thanksgiving a holiday. In United States of America, thanksgiving is celebrated in Thursday of the fourth week of November.
  • 6. History of Thanksgiving The thanksgiving is too commemorated in Canada. There, it is celebrated in Monday of the second week of the month of October.
  • 7. Traditions of Thanksgiving In thankgiving, is a tradition the family have dinner together. Before the dinner they pray to God to thanks the food and other many things. Then, they eat the famous turkey and talk with the family. Usually, in United States of America there are some american football and big processions.
  • 8. Food of Thanksgiving The food that the families eat are different from a family to another. Usually, everyone eat turkey (this day is well-know by “turkey day”). They can eat too: • Olives; • Tarts; • Sweet potatos; • Cake of strawberry; • Maize; • Etc.
  • 9. Thanksgiving So thanksgiving is a special holiday that is celebrated in November in United States of America and in October in Canada. This is a day of thankfulnesses to God for the good events happened in the year. The people pray and make celebrations. They have dinner with their family and eat turkey.
  • 10. Sitografia http://www.eingles.com.br/curso/dia-a-dia-e-cultura/451- thanksgiving-acao-de-gracas.html http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%A7%C3%A3o_de_Gra%C3 %A7as http://gorettyrocha.tripod.com/thanksgiving.html http://www.teclasap.com.br/blog/2009/09/17/menu-para-o- dia-de-acao-de-gracas/