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Нет более американского праздника, чем День Благодарения. Нет менее политизированного праздника, чем День Благодарения. Сама идея празднования осени и окончания сбора урожая восходит к глубочайшей древности, но у американцев эти дни связаны еще и непосредственно с историей освоения новых земель.
The Pilgrims, who celebrated the first thanksgiving in America, were fleeing from religious persecution in their native England
Thanksgiving became a national holiday in 1863
CORN is one of the most popular symbols of Thanksgiving Day. It is also a very popular gift item among Americans
BEANS Native Americans are believed to have taught the pilgrims to grow beans next to cornstalks. So that beans could grow and use cornstalks as their pole. Thus American beans are also known as 'Pole Beans'
PUMPKIN The 'Pumpkin pie' is another modern staple at almost every Thanksgiving table. Pumpkin leaves were also used as salads. According to historians, the pumpkin has been an all Americans’ favourite for over 400 years
CRANBERRY has derived its name from its pink blossoms and drooping head which reminded pilgrims of a crane. They soon found out a way to sweeten the bitten cranberries with maple sugar. Ever since cranberry sauce is a permanent companion of turkey during thanksgiving feast.
TURKEY The celebration of Thanksgiving Day will be incomplete without the legendary Turkey. It is the main course during the celebration. A customary dinner is a reminder of the “four wild turkeys” served at the first Thanksgiving feast
Deer puipils! There will be Thankgiving Parti in Thursday 26th November. Please let me know if you went to have it or not. You teacher Correct the invitation:
Dear pupils! There will be Thanksgiving Party on Thursday 26th November. Please let me know if you want to have it or not. Your teacher A correct invitation:
The solved puzzle 1) Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in the U.S. on this day. (The fourth Thursday of November) 2) Cornucopia. (A horn-shaped container) 3) Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in Canada on this day. (The second Monday of October) 4) The Pilgrims sailed for America in this year. (1620) 5) The Pilgrims were assisted by this Native American tribe (Wampanoag) 6) Thanksgiving Day is a Harvest Festival. 7) The first Thanksgiving feast was held in 1621. 8) The first Thanksgiving Day was held in El Paso, Texas. 9) The first U.S. president to issue the first Thanksgiving Day proclaimation. (J. George Washington) 10) Every U.S. president is presented with this on each Thanksgiving Day. (A turkey)
Compare your results with the solutions provided here and check whether you have managed to solve the puzzle The solution: IADYOLH : H O L I D A Y RINDNE : D I N N E R HAVREST : H A R V E S T LOTYMUPH : P L Y M O U T H SIFVTEAL : F E S T I V A L BEMNOREV : N O V E M B E R RONC : C O R N PNIMPUK : P U M P K I N
CORNUCOPIA is the most popular symbol of the harvest festival. A horn-shaped container is filled with abundance of harvest. The traditional cornucopia was a curved goat’s horn filled with fruit and grains.
МБОУ «Гимназия №3» Чистопольского муниципального района Республики Татарстан Презентация “День Благодарения” для шестых классов Подготовила и провела учитель английского языка Храмова Нина Ивановна 2013-2014гг.
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