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THANKSGIVING DAY

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Paulina Flores

on 1 November 2013

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Transcript of THANKSGIVING DAY

THANKSGIVING DAY
INTRODUCTION
The Thanksgiving day is born for many years after as a way of thanks for good harvests they bought the sowers.
To celebrate this event conducted many activities to give thanks to God for what was obtained.
Where did appear this celebration?
In the United States,

The modern tradition of Thanksgiving Day has its origins in 1621, in a celebration at Plymouth, in the present state of Massachusetts. There is also evidence that Spanish explorers in Texas held celebrations on the continent earlier in 1598, and thanks in parties Virginia. colony in 1621 The party was held in thanksgiving for a good harvest.
What is traditionally prepared on this date?
The traditional main course for dinner is a large roasted turkey or baked. This turkey is traditionally served with a filling made of cornbread and sage. It is traditionally served with jelly or cranberry sauce. Besides vegetable dishes usually served like green beans, sweet potatoes and mashed potatoes with gravy, a gravy made from turkey; also usually served a variety of desserts , pumpkin pie being the most popular. It is also common to prepare the pecan pie and apple.
Why did they celebrate this day?
They can trace this historic Christian tradition of the United States, since 1623. In November 1623, after collecting the harvest, the governor of the colony of pilgrims Plymonth Plantation" in Plymonth, Massachusetts, said:

"All of you, pilgrims, with their wives and children, Gather in the communal house on the hill ... to listen to the pastor, and give thanks to Almighty God for all His blessings."
In Canada
The origins of Thanksgiving Day in Canada can also be traced back to the early seventeenth century, when the French arrived in New France with explorer Samuel de Champlain and celebrated their successful harvests. The French of the area used to have parties at the end of the harvest season and continued celebrating during winter, and even shared their food with the natives of the region.
Conclusions
Thank you for your attention.
By: Paulina Flores.
Fifth Semester Management Assistant.
This day for North Americans is a solemn thanksgiving and worship with one heart and voice unit, good people to express their feelings of gratitude, and devote themselves to the service of their divine benefactor and humble supplications to God pleases , through the merits of Jesus Christ, who is merciful to forgive, erasing and forgetting their sins. They are happy to please God.
The largest of them is growing belief the principles of true freedom, virtue under his protective hand, and prosper religion for the promotion and enlargement of that kingdom which is peace, righteousness and joy in the Holy Spirit "
Reflection.
¡When you have eaten and are satisfied, Praise the Lord your God for the good land he has given you.!
SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE "ISABEL DE GODIN"

FIFTH SEMESTER OF SCHOOL MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE

TECHNICAL ENGLISH WORK V

TOPIC:
THANKSGIVING DAY

AUTHOR:
PAULINA FLORES

DATE:
OCTOBER 31, 2013
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