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Thanksgiving Day (Pateicības diena)
Thanksgiving is an American and Canadian holiday that celebrates the harvest. It's a day for giving thanks.
In the USA Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November .
In Canada People celebrate Thanksgiving on the second Monday in October.
It's a four or five day weekend for most people.
People travel from all over the country to their families for the holiday. Thanksgiving is a big family celebration. Most families celebrate Thanksgiving with a big meal. Many big cities hold parades and other special events. Traditional Thanksgiving foods is a turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy, cranberry sauce and vegetables. People also usually have an apple and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Thanksgiving is also the unofficial start of the Christmas season. The day after Thanksgiving is called Black Friday. Black Friday is the busiest shopping day of the year.
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roasted turkey – [ˌrəʊstɪdˈtɜː.ki] – tītara cepetis
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stuffing – [ˈstʌf.ɪŋ] – pildījums
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mashed potatoes – [ˌmæʃt pəˈteɪ.təʊz] – kartupeļu biezenis
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corn – [kɔːn] – kukurūza
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pumpkin pie – [ˈpʌmp.kɪnˌpaɪ] – ķirbju pīrāgs
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green beans – [ˌɡriːn ˈbiːns] – zaļās pupiņas
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yam – [jæm] – batāte (saldais kartupelis)
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harvest – [ˈhɑː.vɪst] – raža; novākt ražu
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gravy – [ˈɡreɪ.vi] – mērce
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cranberry – [ˈkræn.bər.i] – dzērvene
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pilgrim – [ˈpɪl.ɡrɪm] – svētceļnieks
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cornucopia – [ˌkɔː.njuˈkəʊ.pi.ə] – pārpilnības rags
hunt – [hʌnt] – medīt
Atsauce:
www.youtube.com, Kids Academy, Thanksgiving Story for Kids – The First Thanksgiving Cartoon for Children /Kids Academy