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A2 Thanksgiving Cobbler and Gobbler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanksgiving is an American ——– celebrated each year in the USA on the ——- Thursday of ———–.

This year, Thanksgiving is on the ——- of November.
On Thanksgiving, people have a special ——- with their ———. They eat roast ——- with ——– sauce and ——– pie.
In 1620, the ——– came from England aboard the ——- and they settled in Plymouth.

At first, life was very hard but the ——- helped them to plant ——, to —– turkeys, to pick up berries. That’s why the Pilgrims —— Squanto and his friends to share a big dinner.

It was the first ——-.

It was in —- .

 

THANKSGIVING

Native Americans : respect and tolerance and citizenship

 

 

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Portrait of White Cloud 

 WHITE CLOUD IS A NATIVE AMERICAN.

HE IS A YOUNG MAN.

HE IS rather GOOD-LOOKING.

HE IS WEARING  A HEADBAND,  A NECKLACE AND FEATHERS.

WHITE CLOUD IS THE CHIEF OF THE IOWA TRIBE . George Catlin is a specialist of Native American painting.

 

A2 ordinal numbers

Nombres ordinaux worksheet

 

ordinal numbers

*** What are you wearing? *** Clothes and fashion

Bloomsday Dublin 2012h

Exercises:

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Fantastic Mr Fox 6°5°

 

1. Boggis was a chicken farmer. He kept thousands of chickens. He was -------.
a) enormously fat
b) pot-bellied dwarf
c) thin as a pencil

2. Bunce was a duck-and-goose farmer. He kept thousands of ducks and geese. He was -------.
a) enormously fat
b) pot-bellied dwarf
c) thin as a pencil

3. Bean was a turkey-and-apple farmer. He kept thousands of turkeys in an orchard full of apple trees. He was -------.
a) enormously fat
b) pot-bellied dwarf
c) thin as a pencil

4. The three farmers were ------.
a) friendly
b) mean
c) poor
d) generous

5. Every evening Mr. Fox asked Mrs. Fox ----------.
a) "Well, my darling, what shall it be tonight?"
b) "Hello, love, are the children doing well tonight?"
c) "Sweetie pie, do you wish to go for a stroll tonight?"

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