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Soon, families in the USA will be celebrating Thanksgiving. What do you know about the date?

Read about it here.

Complete the sentences with Thanksgiving words here.

Finally complete the sentence in the comments box:

I am thankful for ....


Anonymous said…
I am thankul for having my life, my friends and my family.
Anonymous said…
I am thankful for my Dog
Anonymous said…
for everything, for my friends, my studies, my family, and for have very people that i love near me.
Anonymous said…
for my family,I,friends and for the world.
Anonymous said…
I'm thankfull for my family, my friends and my live.
Anonymous said…
I am thankful for my life, for my family, for my work,
my studies and my problems too, because tehy're more
important for my personal development.

Claudia Arantes
Angela said…
I'm thankful for my freedom, for a roof over my head, a nice soft bed, food in the fridge and love in my heart.
Anonymous said…
Sou grato por ter todas as pessoas que amo perto de mim.
Anonymous said…
I am grateful for all the people I love around me.
Anonymous said…
Loved ones are what we most need to get by in life.

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