No, people in England do not celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving.
they don't celebrate Thanksgiving.
They don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
they watch football
They DO celebrate Thanksgiving in Turkey. They celebrate the same way we do.
People celebrate Thanksgiving by eating and being with their families. They also give thanks on Thanksgiving.
The first people to celebrate Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims and the Indians.
Americans and Canadians celebrate Thanksgiving.
Brazilians don't celebrate thanksgiving
Most people celebrate Thanksgiving by getting together with their families and having a big Thanksgiving dinner.
In the US, November is the month to celebrate Thanksgiving.
Yes!People all over Europe celebrate Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated in several countries, including the United States. In USA Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November, so the date in France would be the same. The French people, however, do not celebrate an official 'Thanksgiving'.
Thanksgiving is an American and Cadadian holiday only they dont celebrate it
No. Thanksgiving is an American holiday.
italians don't celebrate thanksgiving. they don't even have a "thanksgiving day". most of them have never heard about that.
The Chinese don't't really celebrate Thanksgiving because it is many American but they have their own holidays similar to Thanksgiving.
Most of the countries in the world do not celebrate a holiday called Thanksgiving. Those that do celebrate or observe Thanksgiving are: Canada, United States, Libya, The Netherlands and Norfolk Island. It is unusual to find people in the U.S. or Canada who do not celebrate Thanksgiving.
In Turkey they don't celebrate thanksgiving.
They don't. thanksgiving is an American holiday
The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621.
No. Thanksgiving is only celebrated in America.
We do not celebrate Thankgiving. This is a American celebration.