Thanksgiving Day

Where is it celebrated?
Why do people celebrate it?
What is the typical dish of this day?

Since many of you were curious 😉 here are a few questions to guide you!

Bye!

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3 Responses to “Thanksgiving Day”


  1. 1 margaridalucas January 24, 2009 at 5:34 pm

    Hi all.

    I had to unapprove (=desaprovar) 2 comments from “Sabe-se lá por quem” for 2 reasons:

    1ª – they were written in bad Portuguese
    2ª – the second comment was a long copy paste from a website, which included bad words (=palavrões)

    As you can imagine I couldn’t leave the comments online; I’m sure “Sabe-se lá por quem” didn’t pay attention to what he was copying. He knows enough English to write a comment without bad words and on his own.

    I’m sure you understand the “rules”

  2. 2 João Luís January 26, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    Where is it celebrated?

    This festival celebrated on the Canada,United States.

    Why do people celebrate it?

    Because it is a day of gratitude, usually to God, the good events during the year. On this day, people give thanks to the festivities and prayers.

    What is the typical dish of this day?

    The main dish typical of Thanksgiving is the turkey.

  3. 3 margaridalucas January 27, 2009 at 5:36 pm

    😀

    Yes João! It’s a day of gratitude celebrated in Canada and in the United States! And stuffed (=recheado) turkey is the main dish!

    Thank you for your answer! 😉


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