But what is Thanksgiving?
And why do we give thanks?
Thanksgiving is North American holiday all about:
What are you thankful for?
Thanksgiving is a day that remembers how the Native Americans helped out the pilgrims who came to America to find a new home.
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Rain can have a lot of names in English!
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Very, very light rain.
However, rain in Thailand is not light! It’s really really heavy!
We call this:
Then comes the
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So to make a thunderstorm, you need three things!
Rain + Lightning + Thunder =
Today we are going to learn the different greetings!
1. Good Morning!
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We say this from 6 O’clock in the morning till 12 O’clock.
2. Good Afternoon!
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This is the middle of the day.
We say this from 12 O’clock in the morning till 5 O’clock.
3. Good Evening!
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We say this from 5 O’clock in till 8 O’clock.
3. Good Night!
This for the night time!
Just before you go to bed!
We say this from 8 O’clock till sunrise.
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Here at Smile World we offer fun and educational English Camps over the mid-term and end-of-term break. Here we give the kids to participate in activities that they wouldn’t get in a school. Each child is put into a small group and a foreign teacher will run that activity for an hour and each day for a week they will participate in 5 activities. We do scavenger hunts, dance classes, rocket building, costume design, science experiments and so much more.
Make sure you don’t miss the next Smile World English Camp!