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Thanksgiving Day or Turkey Day.

Hello everybody,
Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in the United States today and it's traditionally a day for families and friends to get together for a special meal.

It's a time for many people to give thanks for what they have. Some people have a four-day weekend so they visit family and friends.

It is always celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November and it precedes Black Friday, often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season.

Thanksgiving is also celebrated in Canada but on the second Monday in October.
Here you can read some of the common traditions associated with this celebration.

1. Thanksgiving tradition.

2. 7 Idioms connected to Thanksgiving.

Learn this song if you want: What are you thankful for?

Extension:
Here you can watch a video about the story of the first thanksgiving and after that answer some questions about the story.

What's the President doing with that turkey?












He's blessing this turkey.
Thanks to him, the turkey will live happily on the farm. It's very lucky.
It is said that the first settlers survived because the Indians showed them how to hunt turkeys.

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