Is it raining

Esta lloviendo

I'm very well, thank you

Estoy muy bien, gracias

Is this the bus to New York

Esto es el autobus a New York

Forget it

Olvidalo

Try it on

Metetelo (ropa)

Is it suppose to rain tomorrow

Se supone que va a llover manana

When are you moving

Cuando te vas a mudar

I went to the supermarket, and then to the computer store

Fui al supermercado, y despues a la tienda de ordenadores

Don't worry

No te preocupes

What do you have

Que tienes

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5 keys to undestanding Thanksgiving Day

El pasado día 28 de Noviembre fue acción de gracias o Thanksgiving day, nos surgen muchas preguntas al respecto, como ¿qué se celebra? ¿por qué se celebra?...para dar respuesta a algunas de éstas preguntas y algunas más, os pasamos un artículo donde hacen una breve descripción de algunas de sus principales características, ¡esperamos que lo disfrutéis!

 

 

1.Thanksgiving day tradicion

Thanksgiving Day is a communal celebration marked as a sense of gratitude people feel for all the good things in life. This is done by offering prayers, gifting your near and dear ones. The fourth Thursday in the month of November is marked for the yearly celebration. The tradition of Thanksgiving continues till date in the form of

 

2.Family: Reunion and Feasting

 Family feast is an important tradition during Thanksgiving. The entire family sits at the table during dinner and offer prayer to the Lord Almighty for his continuous grace. It is also a time for relatives living in different places to come together and celebrate.

 

3.Meals: Tradition of Turkey

 The traditional stuffed turkey adorns every dinner table during the feast. Pumpkin pie, Cranberry sauce, Corns are some of the dishes cooked everywhere to mark the day. Though historians don't have an evidence to prove that turkey was eaten during the first Thanksgiving dinner, but the thanksgiving celebration will be incomplete without it.

 

4.Parades

 The traditional Thanksgiving parade probably started with President Lincoln proclaiming it an official day. The full- dress parade is a way to display the country's military strength and discipline. The main aim of such parades is to lift the spirits of the spectators, provide them with wholesome entertainment. In the present day, parades are accompanied with musical shows and celebrities.

 

5.Moore traditions: Football Games

 Watching NFL football during Thanksgiving is a popular tradition. The traditional game between the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers continues. One of the most memorable games having been played on this day.

 


 

Thanksgiving Day

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