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谁言寸草心,报得三春晖!

Thanksgiving Day who statement inch grass heart, reported in the apartments!

感恩节 滴水之恩,来日我当涌泉相报。

Thanksgiving Day drips of TU, does Yongquan phase when I reported.

感恩节 “患难见真知”,谢谢你帮我度过难关!

Thanksgiving Day "Adversity shows insight," Thank you help me tide over their difficulties!

感恩节 谢谢你和我同舟共济!

Thanksgiving Day thank you and I together!

感恩节 千言万语,表达不了我的感激之情,我只能说,我已铭记在心。

Thanksgiving Day I can not express the gratitude of, I can only say that I have in mind.

Thanksgiving grass title ring to report Daendade.

感恩节 您的恩情,我没齿难忘。

Thanksgiving Day your kindness, I did not Tooth unforgettable.

感恩节 大恩大德,铭记在心。

Thanksgiving Day Daendade, bear in mind.

感恩节 给你添了太多的麻烦,真是不好意思!

Tim Thanksgiving Day to you too much trouble, really sorry!

感恩节 谢谢你给我的关怀,把我宠坏,宠得我不知不觉飞起来,才知道冥冥之中有安排。

Thanksgiving Day thank you for giving me the concern, spoiled me, I was unwittingly the inability to fly to know arrangement.

感恩节 懒得客气地来和你说谢谢,咱们到哪个馆子里撮一顿,唠唠嗑,如何?

Thanksgiving Day Too Lazy to and politely said thank you, We both that which crack with front teeth, how?

感恩节 衷心谢谢你为我所做的一切!

Thanksgiving Day, I sincerely thank you for doing everything!

感恩节 谢了,哥们,下次有事儿别忘了找我!

Thanksgiving Day Xie, buddies, the next thing that I do not forget to find!

感恩节 你虽然两次救了我的命,但那都是你自己愿意的,我可没求你。

Thanksgiving Day Although you twice saved my life, but are you willing to, I can not for you.

既然我不领你的情,自然也不必说好听的话拍你马屁。

Since I do not receive your feelings, naturally there is no need to shoot that good so you马屁.

感恩节 你在家吗老兄,这几天连个人影都没了。

Thanksgiving Day you at home?These days, not even a personal video.

这么搞的嘛,你家伙也真是的。不跟你玩了。

So engaging in the place, you really have the guy. Not with you playing.

感恩节让我怎样感谢你,当我走向你的时候,我原想收获一缕春风,你却给了我整个春天。

Thanksgiving Day Let me how to thank you, when I move toward you, I would like to harvest trace of the original spring, you Izvestia my entire spring.

感恩节 感谢的话毋宁多言,总之,你是我一生的知己好友!

Thanksgiving Day thank so rather say, a word, you are my lifelong friends and friends! Though we are not with you but we miss you all on this Thanksgiving Day。

虽然感恩节你不能和我们在一起,但是我们会想念你的。

2. Love you all this Thanksgiving Day。

感恩节里更加爱你。

3. Thanksgiving wishes for you and your family。

给你们全家感恩节的祝福。

4. May your life be blessed with joy, love and miracles。

希望你的生活里充满了欢乐、关爱和奇迹。

5. Thanksgiving just won't be the same without you。

没有你感恩节就不会一样了。

6. God bless you and your family at Thanksgiving and always!

上帝会保佑你和你的家人。

7. I wish you could be here on Thanksgiving。

但愿你能来陪我过感恩节。

8. A card can say more than a thousand words. Happy Thanksgiving day!

千言万语敌不过卡片的祝福。

9. It will be sad not to see you during the holiday when families get together。

没有你的节日我会感到难过。

10. Have a full Thanksgiving day!

感恩节快乐!好好吃一顿吧。

11. Thanksgiving is a great time to tell you that we love you kids。

感恩节要说我们都爱你们。

12. Joy and fun, wish fulfillment and blessing, come to your home this Thanksgiving!

感恩节里尽情享受快乐吧。

13. I wouldn't want to spend Thanksgiving with anyone else。

我只愿和你共度感恩节。

14. Have a mid-full Thanksgiving!

感恩节请不要暴饮暴食。

15. What a wonderful time to be together。

在一起的时光多么快乐。

16. Wish you a very special Thanksgiving Day for you and your family。

愿你们有一个特别的感恩节。

17. I love to eat, so I love Thanksgiving。

我爱吃,所以我爱感恩节。

18. This will be our first Thanksgiving apart。

这是我们第一次不在一起过感恩节。

19. At Thanksgiving we should think of the less fortunate。

在感恩节,我们要想到那些不幸的人们。

20. Thanksgiving is the best holiday of the year。

感恩节是一年中最好的节日。

21. I am so grateful that I have you all with me on this Thanksgiving Day。

盼望能和你一起共度感恩节。

22. Thanksgiving is a time when I tell you that I love you。

感恩节是对你表白的时候。

23. Season's greetings to you all straight from our hearts。

感恩节里献上最诚挚的祝福。

感恩节,起源于美国,起初的美国人过感恩节的意义有两个,一是虔诚的感谢上苍,一年来风调雨顺,使庄稼获得了丰收;二是忠心的感谢勤劳善良的土著人对自己的帮助,才保全了性命。国际社会发展到今天,感恩节的意义和它的方式已拓展成了更为广泛的内容和形式。

The history of Thanksgiving is not clear, because the harvest season is

celebrated in many countries and cultures. Americans commonly celebrate the first harvest of the "pilgrims", or the first colonists to settle in North America, in 1621. Many colonists came to the New World for religious freedom, because

England did not allow diversity in religion. Native Americans and colonists did not always live together peacefully, but they did learn from each other by trading goods and farming methods. So many people celebrate the first successful harvest of the colonists.

Thanksgiving Day is usually a family day. People always celebrate with big dinners and happy reunions. Pumpkin pie and Indian pudding are traditional Thanksgiving desserts. Relatives from other cities, students who have been away at school, and many other Americans travel a long distance to spend the holiday at home.

On that day, Americans give thanks for the blessings they have enjoyed during the year. And I am sure that we all must have a lot to be thankful for. Maybe you would like to give thanks for being here with your family and for being well,or give thanks for a healthy year, a good job, or thank your friends for encouraging you when you are in dismay, etc.

On every Thanksgiving day, the United States crowded nation, according to the customs to the church to do Thanksgiving prayer, urban and rural towns everywhere make-up demonstrations, theatrical performances or sporting

events, and so on. To separate the pro-people a year will be far apart from the return, the family lost the round, and taste delicious Thanksgiving turkey. Thanksgiving's traditional foods rich features. One of the most attractive dishes is roast turkey and pumpkin pie!

In addition, people at the table can also eat apples, orange, chestnut,

walnuts , and grape, as well as meat pie, small cranberry sauce and so on. After Thanksgiving dinner, people sometimes do traditional games, such as pumpkin is a race to match up with a teaspoon of pumpkin run, the rules can not be touched by hand pumpkin, who won the first end. Spoon race with the smaller, more interesting game

For many years, to celebrate Thanksgiving customs from generation to generation, both in the rocky West Coast, or the beautiful scenery of Hawaii, was almost in the same way to celebrate Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving is no matter what Kind of belief, what the Americans are celebrating the nation's traditional festival

感恩节的由来

Thanksgiving Day is the most truly American of the national Holidays in the United States and is most closely connected with the earliest history of the country.

In 1620, the settlers, or Pilgrims, they sailed to America on the May flower, seeking a place where they could have freedom of worship. After a tempestuous two-month voyage they landed at in icy November, what is now Plymouth, Massachusetts.

During their first winter, over half of the settlers died of[1] starvation or epidemics. Those who survived began sowing in the first spring. All summer long they waited for the harvests with great anxiety, knowing that their lives and the future existence of the colony depended on the coming harvest. Finally the fields produced a yield rich beyond

expectations. And therefore it was decided that a day of thanksgiving to the Lord be fixed[2]. Years later, President of the United States

proclaimed the fourth Thursday of November as Thanksgiving Day every year. The celebration of Thanksgiving Day has been observed on that date until today.

The pattern of the Thanksgiving celebration has never changed through the years. The big family dinner is planned months ahead. On the dinner table, people will find apples, oranges, chestnuts, walnuts and grapes. There will be plum pudding, mince pie, other varieties of food and cranberry juice and squash. The best and most attractive among them are roast turkey and pumpkin pie. They have been the most traditional and favorite food on Thanksgiving Day throughout the years.

Everyone agrees the dinner must be built around roast turkey stuffed with a bread dressing[3] to absorb the tasty juices as it roasts. But as cooking varies with families and with the regions where one lives, it is not easy to get a consensus on[4] the precise kind of stuffing for the royal bird. Thanksgiving today is, in every sense, a national annual holiday on which Americans of all faiths and backgrounds join in to express their thanks for the year' s bounty and reverently ask for continued[5] blessings. 感恩节是美国国定假日中最地道、最美国式的节日,而且它和早期美国历史最为密切相关。

1620年,一些朝圣者(或称为清教徒)乘坐" 五月花" 号船去美国寻求宗教自由。他们在海上颠簸折腾了两个月之后,终于在酷寒的十一月里,在现在的马萨诸塞州的普里茅斯登陆。

在第一个冬天,半数以上的移民都死于饥饿和传染病,活下来的人们在第一个春季开始播种。整个夏天他们都热切地盼望着丰收的到来,他们深知自己的生存以及殖民地的存在与否都将取决于即将到来的收成。后来,庄稼获得了意外的丰收,所以大家决定要选一个日子来感谢上帝的恩典。多年以后,美国总统宣布每年十一月的第四个星期四为感恩节。感恩节庆祝活动便定在这一天,直到如今。 感恩节庆祝模式许多年来从未改变。丰盛的家宴早在几个月之前就开始着手准备。人们在餐桌上可以吃到苹果、桔子、栗子、胡桃和葡萄,还有葡萄干布丁、

碎肉馅饼、各种其它食物以及红莓苔汁和鲜果汁,其中最妙和最吸引人的大菜是烤火鸡和番瓜馅饼,这些菜一直是感恩节中最富于传统意义和最受人喜爱的食品。

人人都赞成感恩节大餐必需以烤火鸡为主菜。火鸡在烘烤时要以面包作填料以吸收从中流出来的美味汁液,但烹饪技艺常因家庭和地区的不同而各异,应用什幺填料也就很难求得一致。

今天的感恩节是一个不折不扣的国定假日。在这一天,具有各种信仰和各种背景的美国人,共同为他们一年来所受到的上苍的恩典表示感谢,虔诚地祈求上帝继续赐福。

感恩节由来:始于1621年的那场丰收

Thanksgiving Day is a very important traditional holiday in America. On the fourth Thursday of each November, families and friends gather together for the occasion to celebrate with a traditional turkey dinner, usually in the mid-afternoon. Thanksgiving Day originated as a celebration of the year's harvest and is similar to the Mid-Autumn Festival in China. 感恩节是一个很重要的美国传统节日。每年11月的第四个星期四,人们都会与家人、朋友欢聚一堂,下午3时左右吃传统的火鸡大餐。该节日最初主要是为了庆祝一年的丰收,与中国的中秋节有些相似。

This American tradition started in 1621 before the United States of America was established. It was a huge celebration for a hard-earned harvest in the first year after the first group of immigrants arriving in the New World.

这个美国传统节日始于1621年,美国成立以前。来源于美洲新大陆第一批移民为庆祝到达新大陆之后第一年的辛苦劳作获得的丰收而举行的盛大宴会。 On September 6, 1620, the Mayflower ship set sail from Plymouth, Devon, England, taking all the English Pilgrims to the New World. The English Pilgrims numbered about a hundred people, and left England to escape religious persecution.

1620年9月6日,一批不堪忍受国内宗教迫害的英国清教徒乘坐“五月花”号从英格兰德文郡普利茅斯出发,开始了到美洲新大陆的航行。这批清教徒大约有100人。

The Pilgrims sailed sixty-six days, arrived in the New World in November of the same year. They first settled in a cornfield abandoned by Native Indians and named it Plymouth Plantation.

清教徒们在海上航行了66天,终于在当年的11月到达美洲新大陆。他们最初在当地印第安人废弃的一个玉米地安顿下来,并把它命名为普利茅斯种植园。 They worked on the land with much difficulty and were beset by a devastating plague in which half of the Pilgrim died in the long winter of 1620. In the spring of 1621,an Indian brave named Squanto and her Wampanoag tribe came to their help.The tribe taught the Pilgrims how to work the earth and plant corn ,beans ,pumpkins ,squash and other crops. 1620年那个寒冷而漫长的冬天,他们在这块土地上费尽千辛万苦地劳作着,困难重重,还遭遇了一场灾难性的瘟疫,一半人在这场瘟疫中死去。到了1621年的春天,一个名叫Squanto 的印第安英雄率其瓦帕浓部落开始主动帮助他们。部落里的人们教这些清教徒怎样耕种土地,怎样种植玉米、大豆、南瓜以及其他农作物。

In late September 1621, the Pilgrims were pleased with their great harvest. To celebrate their first harvest, the Pilgrims wanted to thank God and the Native Indian. They invited Squanto and the entire Wampanoag tribe to celebrate together in a shared feast.

1621年9月底,他们的辛勤劳作终于获得大丰收,清教徒们欢欣鼓舞。为了庆祝这第一次来之不易的大丰收,他们想要好好感谢一下上帝和当地的印第安人,便邀请Squanto 及其瓦帕浓部落参加他们的庆祝盛宴。

The first Thanksgiving dinner is said to have lasted from three days to one week.It was indeed a time of happiness, fellowship and rejoicing for the Pilgrims. They arranged a friendly treaty with the Native American Indians, built houses in the wilderness, and raised sufficient crops to feed themselves for the upcoming long winter. The Pilgrims had become the first generation of settlers in this new land holding so much promise. 这第一次的丰收庆祝盛宴据说从三天一直延长到一个星期。对于清教徒们来说,这的确是一段享受高兴、愉悦、友谊的时间。他们和善良的当地印第安人一起准备了庆祝盛宴,在荒野中盖了房子,并为即将来临的漫长冬天储存了充足的食物。于是,在这块充满希望、憧憬和向往的新大陆上,清教徒们便成了第一代移民定居者。

From then on, Thanksgiving became a holiday for celebrating the harvest in the New World, dates varied from October to November each year over the next 150 years.

从那以后的150多年里,感恩节便成为一个庆祝新大陆丰收的固定节日,在每年的10月或11月举行庆祝活动。

The first National Thanksgiving was declared by the Continental Congress in 1777. On October 3, 1789, President George Washington declared that the people of the United States should observe "a day of public thanksgiving and prayer" on Thursday, 26 November. In 1941, a

Congressional Joint Resolution set the fourth Thursday of November as a national holiday for Thanksgiving.

1777年,美国大陆会议第一次宣布感恩节为全国性节日。1789年10月3日,美国总统乔治·华盛顿号召美国人民把当年的11月26日(星期四)看作“一个感恩、祈祷的公开纪念日”。1941年,一项国会联合决议把感恩节定为全国性节日,时间定在每年11月的第四个星期四。