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Complete the gaps with Thanksgiving vocabulary: thanksgiving, celebration, November, United States, Canada, harvest, get together, relatives, feast, dish, turkey, filled, stuffing, roasted, corn, mashed potatoes, gravy, pumpkin pie, symbol, cornucopia, horn, pilgrims, grow, squash,.
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It appears Thanksgiving parades, together with images illustrating what the woman in the video says.
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Thanksgiving
Video length
3 minutes 48 seconds
Video genre
Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
Language goals
vocabulary
Vocabulary practice
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Level
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
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Elementary schoolers
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
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This resource is licensed by lauraquiralte under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
Upload date
26/11/2021
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1. Fill the gap.
Musicamericans of all religions, celebrate thanksgiving on thethursday of november.
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do not go to school and most businesses.
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thanksgiving isspecial day for families.
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For this, pilgrim fathers.
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they wanted to start a new lifea new country.
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the mayfloweron the 6th of september 1620, 102, men women and children left england on a ship called the mayflower.
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the voyagedifficult two pilgrims died.
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they landed on the northeast coast ofamerica.
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they immediately built small houses, but it was tooto grow crops.
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the winter was very long and cold and half of the pilgrims died in the, a native american called squanto helped the pilgrims.
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taught them how to grow corn and how to hunt and fish soon the pilgrims.
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And the wampanoag native americans became friends, the pilgrimscrops.
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the first thanksgivingby november 1621, everyone had food and a home.
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william bradford, decided to celebrate with a dinner for the pilgrims, and90 native americans.
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… and itfor three a days thanksgiving today,
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… turkey with cranberry sauce, potatoes, corn and pumpkin.
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many charity organizations prepare a free meal for the poor people in theiror city.
18. Fill the gap.
new york citywith macy's thanksgiving day parade.
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macy's department store organizedfirst parade in 1924.
20. Fill the gap.
this parade is very famous, andthan two million people go to see it every year you
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